Crossed Sabres Ranch
Travel Blogs from Cody
... a “loose” rope around the bull’s middle for 8 seconds for a qualifying ride. The rider’s free hand cannot touch anything during the ride. No pickup Men because Brahms bulls will attack a horse, so it is the bullfighters’ job to distract the bull while the rider who has dismounted either voluntarily or involuntarily, scrambles for safety. See the entry for Extreme Bulls several days ago for more ...
... fill the "Beast". Great entertainment. Add this to the "losing it" list for Rob.
We went to check out upper and lower falls first. The guide book suggested a hike to get to see both falls that wasn't likely to be overcrowded. We got a lot of trail just to ourselves. The kids met a man on the trail who suggested going down Firehole Canyon Drive and then taking a swim. Both suggestions were great. The "animal sighting" back-ups were in full ...
... spent $22 to park. Then we decided to venture out to hook up the water and we were immediately swarmed by no less then 2 billion mosquitoes! We cooked inside, I gave the kids each $3.64 for a shower and we hid out in the RV for the night. So disappointed! We were all asleep by 10pm. (Notice that I didn't let you know that we took the opportunity to do laundry....? We didn't even attempt it, what would one more day matter?)
... including a few geysers and the Fountain Paint Pot. It looked like a pool of boiling paint with bubbles popping every few seconds. The entire area was warm and humid with waves of cool winds, and it smelled like sulfur aka eggs. It was amazing to see that the ground was emitting so much steam and literally boiling water.
We made it to the Grand Prismatic Spring, and it was massive. All of the hot springs there looked so inviting because they were full ...
... help reorganise the furniture single handedly. It was not a fun task of reorganising the cushions and setting up wooden boards in a specific way to create a comfortable sleeping arrangement for all. It was a tiring task, and happy when it was all over! Once set up the bus immediately filled with people claiming beds for the long drive ahead. Once all were ready, lights went out and the 12 hour journey began to Antelope ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting