Super 8 Cody
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Cody
Cody, WY is very expensive. I was told it was the last city to enter Yellowstone National Park and the first city you arrive at when you leave the Park - I guess they have you coming and going. However, the staff were friendly and helpful. Room was clean and after a long day of travelling we were satisfied.
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... her arms around Cody. “I love you, Cody Peterson. Thank you for this beautiful work of art.”
Cody looked over at me- his face was radiant. I winked at him and echoed our mother’s sentiment, “Perfect!”
“Cody,” I said, “Now that you are my brother and have your own room it needs some decoration.” I slid a large box over to him.
“But Justin… I already got ...
... in love with you in the hospital in Hardin. We have always wanted another child and couldn’t have one. Please say you’ll consider it.” There were tears in my parents’ eyes now. I was crying and tears were rolling down Cody’s cheeks as the full impact of what my father was saying hit him.
“Yes…,” he said. “Oh, yes! Thank you, God, for answering my prayers. I have a family. Justin, I have a family! ...
... keys in the car in the hangar and had to have the airport Fire Department, who is responsible for the hangars after hours, come let me in. To prevent a recurrence, when I packed the plane last night, I took the key to the plane and the hangar and left them in the front seat of the plane (OK, so all of you can see where this is going....)
When we arrived at the airport, I looked at the key chain and realized that there was no hangar key on it. I called the Fire ...
This is the second half of the Cody Stampede: Saddle Broncs, Tie-Down Roping, Barrel Racing and Bull Riding.
Saddle bronc riding is the oldest cowboy "event", pre-dating rodeo, going back to the time cowboys figured they could get around faster riding than walking and horses disagreeing. Out of the chute the cowboy must have his spurs over the bronc's shoulders when the bronc’s front feet hit the ground or he is ...
... and headed off on the Beartooth highway.
Beartooth Highway crosses the Beartooth mountain and is renowned as one of the best riding roads in the US it takes in two states Wyoming and Montana. The day was as clear as a bell for the initial run from the South West and we took in various lookouts on the way through. At this stage I have to admit to a moment when we had pulled over to look at the view and I pulled back into the left had ...