Moose Creek Lodge and Suites
Travel Blogs from Cody
Sunday morning was looking like a wonderful day would be in store with sunshine and perfect temps. After church and Kelli's wonderful breakfast, Tim drove us up to the top of the rimrock just north of their house. From here, you get an awesome view of the Billings area. It was quite a sight. After returning back to Tim's house and a quick cleaning …
... for a nap with the cubs just around her. It looked like she was having a nap but she was probably eating. We also saw a nest with two big baby birds in them they looked like bald eagles but we were not too sure. Everyone in Yellowstone was either watching the bears or coming to see them and we passed buses too. Some people are not very patient and get angry at the car in front if ...
... store and the crooks in handcuffs being loaded into an ambulance and the sheriff’s car.
Toby and Tyler were jumping up and down. “Wow! You guys caught the crooks! That is so awesome! Did you shoot them? Did they try to shoot you? You guys are so cool!”
I took the paper and read the story aloud to Cody. It had been dressed up just a little- it seems that the guys who had brutally murdered the store clerk in Taylor two days ...
... I kept going. All of a sudden I hit something, the bike stopped dead and I think I went over the handlebars. I hit the ground hard, felt a searing pain in my chest and my head… and everything went black.
[This next part of the story I pieced together from what Cody and others told me.]
Back at the campsite, Cody read his first book and most of the second. Periodically he checked outside and, around noon, saw the storm ...
... of the Little Bighorn (June 25, 1876), Cody returned to the prairies as a scout for the Fifth Army.
His first Wild West Show opened in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 19, 1883. It was a great show and it propelled him to worldwide fame and fortune. The show grew over the years and played to enthusiastic crowds in the U.S. and in Europe. “Wild Bill” Hickok was part of the show for a period as was Annie Oakley, ...
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