We pulled into Cody, Wyoming and while Clarke headed over to the K3 Guest Ranch, I settled in at the Cody Country Bed & Biscuit because the K3 does not accept dogs in the room and frankly, ol' Jones was beginning to get on my nerves. I really needed to spend some time with my own kind. We will have put 2,200 miles on our horses when we reach the Montana border. The ladies there at the CC Bed & Biscuit were real nice to me and, if you got to spend the night in Cody, it's a good place.
Blazin' guns on the Wild West streets of Cody, Wyoming.
Jones hightailed it into town to watch the gunfight held almost every night in Cody. They close off the street and have a real shoot 'em up. Kinda hookie, but the saloon girls were cute. Sacamagawopoo told Jones about the rodeo that's held every night just outside of town and so they headed over there.
Luke saw a Rodeo Princess in Cody, Wyoming.
Of course, Jones found a cute filly right away and said if he wasn't old enough to be the father of the cowgirl shown with the two horses, he would try to get her to saddle up with him. Sacamagawopoo cut to the chase with three words, "Not father, grandfather." Those two haven't said much to each other since.
The best cowboy breakfast is at the K3 Ranch in Cody, Wyoming.
The K3 Guest Ranch is a unique little spot to stay in Cody. It is run by Jerry and Bette Kinkcade. Jerry is one of those guys that will have you laughing all the time. Clarke slept in a room that had a full size chuckwagon inside the room and the bed is inside the chuckwagon.
Breakfast is served PROMPTLY at 8 am. If you are still in bed at 7:45 am, you are awakened to the sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers singing over the speakers inside your room. The only rule at breakfast is that you have to wear a cowboy hat to eat, which they will furnish if you don't have one. And you have to like rattlesnake eggs for breakfast 'cause that's the only eggs you are gonna get.