Schmalz's Red Pole Ranch and Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us as the day was mostly clear except for the odd period of cloud cover. At 10,947 feet we were above the ice line, above most things actually and I can't really describe the feeling you have at that height. It is exhilarating.
Down the other side and you drop down quickly. Off to Cooke City for lunch, then back to Chief Joseph Scenic Byway for the ride home. The landscape changes so quickly in these parts, from pine forests ...
... only defend myself with deadly force if the bear attacked and I would have to prove to the government that was his intention. The Jeep was on the other side of the stream and would offer little protection anyway as the bear with one swipe of its huge paw could make it a convertible. Lacey had changed to her “back off, dude” bark, but the bear wasn’t listening. He was a couple of hundred yards off but coming straight for ...
... this is what keeps bringing us back again and again. The mountains have a way of filling up my senses and flooding my brain with overwhelming sights. It just blows me away. Wyoming, you gave us a show today. And I will never forget.
We arrived in Cody around 3 PM and settled in for the night. I am posting the best of the many photos I took today. I wish they would show the grandeur of what the eye can see.
Tomorrow, Yellowstone National Park. ...
... we stopped during the trip. He was impressed with the church and the Christmas decorations. When it was time for communion I knelt next to him with my parents on the other side. The priest stopped when he came to us, and said a special prayer and blessing over us as a family. As Cody took the bread and wine there were tears in his eyes. “The Body and Blood of Jesus,” he said softly, “Thank you God for my family. Amen.” He ...
... 8220;John… the boys are here!” My mother came around the corner, arms outstretched and embraced first me and then Cody. Dad was close behind and he did the same. “Welcome home! Cody, we are so glad you are here. Come in, come in. Let me take your coats.” Cody was still in a sort of daze as he handed his coat to Mom. “Are you hungry? Let me get you something. Supper won’t be for another two hours.” I allowed as how ...