Crossed Sabres Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Crossed Sabres Ranch Cody
Travel Blogs from Cody
... buffalo, a wolf, numerous deer were all seen in close quarters in the wild. The bubbling mud pits, geysers and hot springs were amazing. No trip to the yellowstone park would be complete without witnessing old faithful a big old geyser that blows off every hour or so and she did not disappoint, made even better with the backdrop of clear blue skies.
Our road out of Yellowstomne was blocked so ...
... Luckily it didn't last too long and I could return to be laughed at by the group. A burger place for tea and on to the rodeo in the dark, something I had been looking forward to, blissful ignorance. As we arrived it was a little entertaining to watch grown men get thrown off of bulls and horses but it made us think what had they done to make the animals act like that? Probably something ...
... to Jenny Lake where we had a photo shoot with the lake and mountains in the background. A deer came quite close and patiently stood to be photographed by all.
Paid our way into Yellowstone Park - the first National Park in USA, 1872. Yellowstone Park was ⅓ burnt in 1988 and this has proved to be a good thing as the regrowth has been very successful and it has cleaned up the forest floor. Yellowstone ...
... if it was the nicest thing to do but I wanted to sit on that giant animal. So we did. Then there was the mechanical sort of bull. I've always wanted to try it but when you are there and people are watching and people are falling off, something tells you to run. They all wanted me to do it. So I did. It was one of the hardest mother things I've ever done. I was in a dress holding on for dear life. Oh, it doesn't look fast until you are on it. ...
While chatting with our biker neighbors after breakfast this morning, we learned that, because next year is the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Bike Rally, this year is actually less busy than normally as ...