Breteche Creek Ranch

Address: Cody, Wyoming, United States | Ranch
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Day 11: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

A travel blog entry by adkp on Sep 30, 2015

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... out he was in the Navy and recently quit his job so that he could cook his BBQ!! Definitely pretty amazing to quit a job or career to do something you really want to do! He started this past summer and said business was pretty good then but it has slowed down a whole lot. We talked to him about where we were from and what we do for a living. He told us about his wife and how she works for Verizon and how she actually has visited Boston and said it ...

Another rainy day...

A travel blog entry by caarch on Sep 16, 2015

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... finally broke to show wonderful light patterns over the lake. There was even a lovely rainbow, but I was too slow getting out my camera to capture it.

Also saw a bugling elk on the way back to West Yellowstone. Amazing antlers. I can't believe people were standing just 50 feet away from it, completely vulnerable to an attack. Not me, I took my photo over the roof of my car.

6-man Football in Wyoming

A travel blog entry by frguido on Sep 11, 2015

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... Kickoff is from the 30 yard line; receiving team lines up at the 40 yard line

-At least three players must be on the line of scrimmage

-If a team is ahead by 35 points in the second half the clock will keep running.

As you can see it is a fast game and full of surprises… and a lot of fun to watch. ...

Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by jeffkrar on Aug 31, 2015

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... a series of metal ladders and walkways towards the base of the cascade. At one time enterprising tour guides used ropes and rough pathways to escort tourists down the steep canyon walls. The view from the final vantage point was terrific with the crushing roar of the falls only a few dozen metres away. The southern loop was our goal for day 2. We made several stops during the day and witnessed mud pots boiling, geysers blowing, and ...

Day 18, Saturday, August 29, 2015

A travel blog entry by jessdaw on Aug 29, 2015

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We did the southern loop of Yellowstone today. We stopped at two visitor centers, Fishing Bridge and Grant Village, so the kids could get their passport stamps. (They each bought a National Park Passport book in the beginning of our trip. The passport is filled with information about several geographical regions and the National Parks in those regions, a map with all the National Parks, and pages for passport stamps and stickers. Each National Park ...

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