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Travel Blogs from Cody
... the center of the building, we went outside to the sculpture garden and Cody's home from Iowa. Jean wanted to visit the Plains Indian Museum. We walked through the exhibits. You can walk through tepees and an Indian house. We saw an audiovisual show projected over a huge diorama the interacted with the show. We had had enough of the museums and left. We didn't have time the next day to see the other two, but we really were not that interested in the firearms and wildlife ...
The West Park Hospital Foundation in Cody has a rather unique fund-raising program underway for expansion of the hospital. Part of that program involves purchasing and painting buffalo statues which have now been placed around Cody. They have been purchased by sponsors, painted by local artists and will be auctioned off on August 22d. In addition to the 30 large buffaloes, there ...
... lunch. We sat among squirrels (and many flies) and ate some turkey sandwiches. After eating, Matthew was playing on a makeshift see-saw (it was a log on top of another log) with Grampa. He got off before he was put down, and he fell. Lucky for everyone, we had bandaids.
From lunch, we visited Artist Point at the Grand Canyon. This famous Yellowstone landmark boasts a beautiful view of the canyon as well as the gorgeous waterfall that runs through it. Yosemite may ...
... stamps in her little national passport and she even bought us one so we could do the same and she made us go to almost every visitor center in the park well if my mom were here she would say that we made her drive us to almost every visitor center but how crazy is that, right? Well okay bye!
To Be Continued...
... active volcano, the next eruption is going to most likely be hundred to thousands of years, from now, but still, it was almost all I thought about at Yellowstone.
Anyhow despite my thoughts of extinction and the end of life as we know it, Yellowstone is amazing.
I don't know how to describe it... It's like nothing I've ever seen before, it's like the second you cross over into the park, it's like you're on another planet.
The first day we ...