Cody Trolley Tour to get an overview of Cody and the surrounding area. We purchased a combo ticket which included the Trolley Tour and a 2-day pass to the Buffalo Bill Historical Center (museum complex). After speaking with other folks, we'll save the museum tours for some other days, as the collection is quite extensive.
Cody's vision brought Cody, WY into existence. In the early days of the town very little existed in this part of the Wyoming Territory.
The tour highlighted many of the older structures around town and the guides presented old photographs as the town looked in its' infancy. I'll go into several of these "attractions" in following blogs as we get a chance to photograph and experience them.
|Far Side Looking Back Toward the Visitor Center|
|Spillway Towards Cody|
We decided to drive about 15 miles west towards Yellowstone just to check out some of the road to the park. We still haven't decided whether to drive the MH directly from Cody to Yellowstone Park and over to West Yellowstone, or take an easier (but far less scenic) route north out of Cody back to Interstate 90 into Montana. We would then travel west and head as far as Bozeman, MT before turning south on US191 towards West Yellowstone. If anyone has taken the direct route west from Cody to the east gate entrance of Yellowstone Park we would certainly appreciate any insight.
This was a a view of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir as we traveled west past the dam.
Thanks for dropping by to take a look!