Shoshone Lodge & Guest Ranch

349 Yellowstone Hwy, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Cody

Day 37 - Buffalo Bill Museum

A travel blog entry by sarrdh


... arrive on the mountain top and are greeted by mountain plains and cattle grazing at 9,000 feet. Hard to imagine this beautiful grassy area on the top of a mountain range. We start our decent and rock cliffs, millions of years old, surround us. The valley appears and we will be looking for a hotel soon. We pass through the Crow Indian Reservation and many, many horses, the most we've seen so far in the west. Tomorrow we will visit the site of Custer's last ...

Justin and Cody... The Robbery

A travel blog entry by frguido


... my camera.

When we got back a truck pulling a large trailer had moved into the site next to us and a family of four were setting it up. Cody and I introduced ourselves to the parents, John and Edna Williams from Chicago, and their two sons, Toby and Tyler, aged 12 and 10. We helped them level the trailer and they offered us a couple of Cokes. It turned out they were also going on the rafting trip in the morning. None of us had done it before and we ...

(Part 3) Cody Saves My Life

A travel blog entry by frguido

... father held up his hand and they stopped and listened.

“Oh God. Please don’t let Justin die,” he sobbed. “He’s the best person in the whole world… I’ve never done anything good… but he’s the best friend ever… If someone has to die let it be me, but please, please save him… I love him God… please make him well….” The doctor excused himself. My parents looked ...

The way of the Cowboy

A travel blog entry by grofffam5


... to watch the bucking broncos, calf roping, bull riding and racing. It rained a bit, but we were under the roof so it didn't matter to us. At one point they invited the kids 12 and under down to try to pull the "flag" off of a steer. There were hundreds of kids participating. As they said "Go!", Jared sprinted out in front of them all and got his hands on the flag, but somehow it slid through his fingers. So close. (I have had a cousin who won the greased ...

Adiaphora... and chuck wagons

A travel blog entry by frguido


... t float a horseshoe in it". Cowboy favorites were sourdough biscuits (and ONLY sourdough biscuits)… hot for breakfast and then carried in saddlebags for later in the day. Sourdough requires starter which must be kept warm- no problem during the days, but it sat close to the fire at night… cooks were even know to sleep with it in their bedrolls. Add salt pork, beans, cobblers made from dried fruit, and the occasional fresh meat from unlucky ...

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This lodge, located on 349 Yellowstone Hwy, Cody, is near Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody Firearms Museum, Teton National Forest, and Draper Museum of Natural History.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding