Cody, Wyoming, a small town outside the gates of Yellowstone, is an old but modern western city with lots and lots to do. While we were there, we had a great time riding up the side of the mountain on horseback and also watching cowboys hanging on to buckin’ broncos . Our first morning in Cody, we went horseback riding up a
small mountain for 1 hour. The horses were very well behaved. The path we went on was a rocky, narrow, steep path that was interesting and awesome. A couple hours later, we had lunch and met up with my grandparents to go to the rodeo.
We went to dinner at a BBQ/salad bar and ate a delicious BBQ dinner. After that, we headed to the rodeo called the Cody Stampede. This wasn’t just any rodeo though, it was an event that gathered together champions from all around the world. As we watched the thrilling events, I began to feel sleepy and before I knew it, the rodeo was over and we headed back to the trailer to hit the hay. When we woke up the next morning, it was time to leave this enchanting town and as we drove off, I noticed how much I loved the tiny town and hoped to come back soon.