Today we left South Dakota for Wyoming, the Equality State.
We traveled through the Bighorn Mountains,
stopped for a break and photos at Shell Falls,
and visited Buffalo Bill Center of the West, in Cody. Buffalo Bill was the most famous American of his time, quite a character.
|Hologram of Buffalo Bill|
|Sitting Bull's Tomahawk|
The museum displays old Indian relics, like Sitting Bull's tomahawk, as well as beautiful contemporary Native American crafts, paintings, and sculptures.
We spent the night in Cody at the Irma Hotel. While the rooms were modern enough, the rest of the hotel gave me the feeling that Miss Kitty or Marshal Dillon might step into the hallway at any minute.
Tonight we had our choice of entertainment. I chose the Dan Miller Music Review in a renovated theater across the street from the hotel. Dan, his daughter and two other performers sang songs of the old west, some made famous by the Sons of the Pioneers. We loved it! Others attended the Cody Night Rodeo and said that was fun too.