Super 8 Motel Cody
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Woke up this morning all refreshed, sun is shining and a whole new outlook on the day. We had a nice breakfast, broke camp and moved to the campsite across from us so I could fill the Rialta up with fresh water. All set to begin a new adventure.
We drove into Yellowstone, toured the town a bit and then I puppy-sat Keko while mom went in …
... live music and you can dance with a cowboy if you are game. Oh, and also great food. Danny asked the server for, "a steak as big as my face, please." That’s what he got.
Cassie’s has been the Cody, Wyoming hot spot since it opened in 1922. Founded by Cassie Waters, young widow, sportin’ lady, madam and respected businesswoman with spirit of generosity and good heartedness. ...
... miles out of town. We arrived before lunch and set up camp on the bank of the river. Cody made some sandwiches while I checked in for tomorrow’s rafting trip. There were some biking trails not far away and we spent the afternoon negotiating them. They didn’t seem to be used a lot and needed some maintenance, but we got a good workout and had a good time anyway. We surprised some deer and saw a bunch of other wildlife and I made a mental note to ...
... said he was going to read and catch up on two books he had bought at the Custer Battlefield. I decided it would be a good opportunity to get some exercise and ride my bike up the road to the top of the mountain. The weather forecast said that there would be rain by mid-afternoon. Cody packed me a lunch, and I told him I'd be back by 3:00. It was a good ride, even though the road was a mess. I reached the top by noon. The storm clouds gathering in ...
... t float a horseshoe in it". Cowboy favorites were sourdough biscuits (and ONLY sourdough)… 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 game, or ...
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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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