Against my better judgement I rented a cabin in the Buffalo Bill Cabin Village. I am really glad I did. The price was right, the place was clean and the location was good. And there were Bunny Rabbits! There was a stuffed version of my wife on the bed: Parking was close and easy: I am very well organized... We walked over to Pat O'Hara's for a late lunch and it was amazingly delicious. I did not take my camera on the walk because I did not expect the food to be spectacular. The selection of beers on tap was pretty impressive too although they were completely out of everything they brewed there. We were staying overnight in Cody because: I will just say that there was far too much to see in this place. I was overwhelmed to the point that I forgot to take pics of many things I should have. There are 5 separate museums in this building and they are all worthy of your time. A couple of random pics that really don't represent what is in this place: I was fascinated by the skills of the carpenters and blacksmiths who built this stage coach. These men must have been something to see, especially given the primitive tools they used. Next time you hear a motorcyclist complain about his suspension, think about this pic. I bet @NC Rick and Cogent Dynamics could do something with it! And if anyone needed proof that The White Man screwed up a perfectly good system when they defeated the Indians: This day was our Turning Point. We were now pointed back South and East, I would zig zag around but we were now working our way toward home. But I was still a couple thousand miles from Louisiana and I knew there was more adventure waiting. The rest of this little RR should be pretty good so don't give up on me yet.