Shoshone Lodge & Guest Ranch
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... Jeff is a speed viewer, I'm more of a skimmer, although I stop to read descriptions about most of the beadwork. The Museum is a great mix of historic and modern artifacts, art and information.
We went from the Plains Indian Museum to the Whitney Western Art Museum, my favorite section. I can't get enough of Charlie Russell and Frederic Remington, not to mention all the great up-and-coming modern western artists. There is great ...
... care. It was the bright spot of my day (several days, in fact), and I bought it on the spot.
I drove back to the campground and called Fremont Ford in Cody. They told me to bring the truck in first thing Monday. I called Ponderosa Campground in Cody and they saved me a spot.
So… now I’m back in Cody, writing this on my old Dell. Got things to do this weekend and I’ll get the truck in on Monday. Hope all’s well with you ...
... scenic vista after another looking up at the towering mountains and then looking down into deep chasms. I could not begin to count the number of switchbacks we went around. I can tell you this road would have made a snake dizzy. The whole trip took about 6 hours. It took 5 hours of driving to get to Red Lodge and an hour to get home.
After Belfry we followed the Yellowstone River and came down into foothills and a giant flat basin. This basin must have ...
... that I was back at the Cody Rodeo after 9 years, only this time it would be twice as good being with my husband who was loving being a cowboy!
The Cody Rodeo has been running every year since 1919 and is the largest Rodeo in the Nation where the top cowboys and cowgirls attend in their hundreds to brave the bucking broncos, bucking bulls and to test their roping skills to the max.
... Grand Tetons National park, along with bicycle trails, and rafting. We didn't have a lot of time to hike, and remembering that we are at about 7500 ft of altitude, and the thinner air becomes a little noticeable on a long uphill hike. And rafting of any kind in sub 70 degree air temperature, never mind water temperature, is just too much for a couple of Floridians.
Hidden Falls was really beautiful, and worth the long hike uphill into the ...