Shoshone Lodge & Guest Ranch
Travel Blogs from Cody
Another beautiful sunny day! I started the day riding from Sundance, Wyoming (where The Kid got his nickname) to Devil's Tower. My National Parks pass got me in for free. It was pretty cool but I was anxious to get on my way. The ride there and back to I-90 was very peaceful. I took I-90 for about 100 miles from Moorcroft to Buffalo. Cool scenery ...
... our hotel room. The locals have informed us that deer are a lot more aggressive than Elk so I kept my distance but did manage to get a couple of snaps.
Side note, I thought it was about time to tally up how many nights we have actually camped so far on this trip, so here it is:
Hotel Nights 14
Tent Nights 12
Cabin Nights 6
Not the 5 nights camping and two in a hotel we had originally planned, but what can you do...
... person ever….”
He turned left and stepped on the gas. He had no idea how fast he was going… It took about 15 minutes before some lights appeared in the distance. The hospital sign was one of the first things he saw as he came into town… straight ahead and then a turn… he pulled in, under the cover of the ambulance entrance. One last quick check on me and he jumped out and ran into the waiting room.
... it would be OK.
There were a couple at the next table to us, who we got to talking to and they moved over to our table. Jim and Liz are from Canada and had just driven from Sturgis to see Yellowstone for a couple of days.
As we got talking, they told us that this was their second Sturgis and that they were camped next to 2 aussies last year. Turns out that these aussies were ...
... t want to be late.” He bustled about getting out cereal, milk, fruit juice and toast while I slid out of bed and washed up
We ate breakfast and then got dressed for the trail. Cody’s level of excitement grew and all he could talk about was going for a ride. Finally the time came and we walked down to the corral.
The wrangler greeted us with a hearty, “Howdy! Name’s Dusty.” He looked to be around 50- brown ...