Monthly Archives: June 2019

A brief visit to the museums Discovery Laboratory


We were very fortunate to be standing near the door as a small group of people were invited into the Discovery Laboratory It was quite fascinating to see several of the items they had assembled and others they were working … Continue reading

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Greybull, WY & The Museum of Flight & Aerial Firefighting


This sign greets you near the entrance. There are several airplanes on display near the entrance and some distance away there are many other aircraft. Below is one of the larger aircraft. The other aircraft are below. Two images from … Continue reading

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An evening at the Cody Cattle Company


Last night we joined my wife’s nephew and his wife for their anniversary at the Cody Cattle Company. It was our first visit there and we were very happy with the accommodations, the buffet meal, and the entertainment by The … Continue reading

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Another visit to Buffalo Bill Museum of the West


This morning we visited the Draper Museum of Natural History. Below is an image of the entry and another which explains the museum. This Museum is on several different levels, all wheelchair accessible. While this museum is full of excellent … Continue reading

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A day off


We decided today to take a day off from visiting the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Instead we drove around to some areas we had not seen before and ended up on a country road where we found some … Continue reading

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Another Visit to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West Musems


Yesterday we viewed the Buffalo Bill Museum, a remarkable concentration of memorabilia from the life of a remarkable man. This statue greets all who visit. Perhaps one item in the collection which many are unaware of is the Congressional Medal … Continue reading

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Outdoor Bronzes


We visited the Cody Museum again today. Below are some of the bronze statues located in various locations on the grounds of the museum. One which is very popular is the one of Sacajawea, the Indian which assisted Lewis and … Continue reading

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