Breteche Creek Ranch

Cody, Wyoming, United States | Ranch
 

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Cody IS Rodeo... The Stampede is AWESOME! Part II

A travel blog entry by frguido

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... 8230; also a rider is disqualified if his free hand touches the horse or any equipment, or if he loses a stirrup. A horse is judged by how hard he bucks a cowboy by how much he spurs and his control of the horse. The biggest danger is a cowboy’s foot being caught in a stirrup as he is thrown. Eight seconds for a qualifying ride.

Tie-down roping is directly tied (no pun intended) to a cowboy’s ...

More Yellowstone Exploring

A travel blog entry by aimz822

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... That was what we did.

Stopped back at the same store in Fishing Village and contemplated returning the box of wood and s'mores ingredients to them. Bought more National Park clothing because at this rate we may never do laundry. Got coffee. Came out of the store to catch the tail end of Rob losing it with a motorhome owner who spent nearly 30 minutes cleaning the windshield of their motor home after filling up their tank while Rob ...

Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by aimz822

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... Really?!! I just spent a fortune to satisfy my "back to nature camping experience". Furious, I stomped out to the RV with my list of rules and pass for 2 free showers (there are 6 of us) and we headed to find our campsite. Remember how I complained about the first KOA in Colorado (not the place itself, but the truck stop like feel)? This made that look like a spacious land mass! There were no fire pits, grills or picnic ...

Hot Springs, Lakeside View, and...Bison?

A travel blog entry by evieandstaci

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... 10 minutes, tons of cars pulled over, so we figured (hopefully) they were pulling over because some cool thing was happening on the side of the road. We checked it out, and there must have been over 20 bison and baby bison! They were all huddled together at the bottom of a hill just grazing and hanging out. The babies looked like normal cows while the full-grown bison had humpbacks and fuzzy fur patches growing on them.

We pulled off at a few other stops on ...

Green Tortoise - Day 5

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach

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... tread water in the deep end with much distance between one another and by the end we were standing in the shallow end with little distance between one another. We then had time to shower, feel clean once more before our evening drive began. During our hours of fun the drivers were able to get a few hours sleep before our long drive night. Rach made a big mistake being one of the first to get on the bus. This meant she ...

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