Cody Wyoming

ShareTweet The last day in Cody, Wyoming blended right into the next day!  After a prime rib dinner at the Irma hotel and an AWESOME evening watching Dan Miller’s Country Music Review, the next planned destination was Devil’s Tower in Wyoming about 315 miles away according to the GPS.  The GPS estimated the travel time […]

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ShareTweet When you visit Cody, Wyoming the number and variety of outdoor activities can be almost endless and if there are not enough in Cody, Yellowstone National Park is a relatively short drive.  One of the best activities on which you can embark on in Cody, Wyoming is the Red Cody Trolley Tour.  Tickets for […]

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ShareTweet The Museum Of The Old West in Cody, Wyoming is a small museum with lots of historic displays.  The Museum of The Old West is a part of Old Trail Town so lucky for you when you pay the $8.00 (in Sept 2010) adult admission fee to Old Trail Town you get to visit […]

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ShareTweet Old Trail Town in Cody, Wyoming is one of a handful of great sights to see in the town of Cody.  Along with the many museums that make up the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, a ride on the Cody Trolley, a visit to the rodeo (in the summer) and the Buffalo Bill Historic Dam, […]

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ShareTweet After yet another near sleepless night in the car in the area of Cody, Wyoming another full day of activities lay ahead.  The visit to the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and the museums within was a package deal that included a ticket for the Cody Trolley for a total of $35.00.  After a drive […]

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ShareTweet After spending another night in the car, the sun came up and started to warm the car and it was time to get moving.  The first order of business was to head back toward Yellowstone and find a campground or RV park that offered showers!  $5.00 for a shower is a bit steep but […]

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ShareTweet Buffalo Bill is known for lots of things but did you know Buffalo Bill has his own historic dam in Cody, Wyoming?  He does and it’s a pretty cool sight with lots of history!  When the dam was completed in 1910 at a cost of $929,658.00 it was the tallest dam in the world […]

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ShareTweet After nearly 3 weeks in Yellowstone and staying in West Yellowstone for most of that time the day had come to check out of the Madison Hotel Motel Youth Hostel in West Yellowstone.  The stay there was originally planned to be just three days.  It has been extended numerous times but there was simply […]

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