Yellowstone National Park’s Season of Snow and Steam – Why You Should Visit Cody Yellowstone in Winter
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Yellowstone National Park’s Season of Snow and Steam – Why You Should Visit Cody Yellowstone in Winter

Yellowstone National Park is the second most visited national park in the United States. Over four million people a year visit it, with 4.8 million visiting in 2021. Most of those visitors go in summer or early fall. Only 5% of visitors go in winter. As I rode in on a snow machine I quickly … Continue reading

Chamberlin Inn is Where to Stay in Cody, Wyoming
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Chamberlin Inn is Where to Stay in Cody, Wyoming

This historic hotel started as a boarding house when Agnes Chamberlin opened it in 1904. She sold the Chamberlin in 1937. In 1941, the name was changed to Pawnee Hotel. In 2005, new owners changed the name to Chamberlin Inn as a tribute to the matriarch of Cody society. Renovations were done on the original … Continue reading

Solo in Fossil Butte National Monument in Southwest Wyoming
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Solo in Fossil Butte National Monument in Southwest Wyoming

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks get droves of tourist, but Fossil Butte National Monument in southwest Wyoming, not so much.  I had seen the national monument signs multiple times driving Interstate-80.  For some reason, I decided a frigid winter morning was the perfect time to detour on a road trip from Heber City, Utah … Continue reading