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Many thanks to Harold Bjork..

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Many thanks to Harold Bjork..

… Photography for the session in downtown Cody and at Old Trail Town museum.  Here is Shelly in her 1790 mobcap and robe a l’anglaise.

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Every Cody Walking Tour starts with Buffalo Bill

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Every Cody Walking Tour starts with Buffalo Bill

Since the town of Cody is his namesake, it’s only appropriate we include him.  Do you know where Buffalo Gal Kateri is in this photo?  (You’ve got it!  On the corner of Sheridan & 12th – right where we will meet you)

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Back by Popular Demand..

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Back by Popular Demand..

Here are The Gals in March, 2018 when we first met the “Wild Bunch” who put on the Cody Gunfights.  We’ll be working alongside, around, and about their show all summer.  What a great bunch of people who love history!

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It was a little wet in Cody today…

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It was a little wet in Cody today…

.. as the Gals were preparing for the Tours and were forced to go inside and eat at the Hotel Irma’s buffet while they waited out the storm.  One of the cool things about our route is we pass by many of our favorite restaurants and food providers!

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Thanks to the Merchants!

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Thanks to the Merchants!

Many thanks to Cody businesses who have contributed support, services, facilities, or funds for the start up of this business: Irma Hotel Cody Lodging Company Fat Racks BBQ The Village Shoppe Canyon Real Estate Yellowstone Gift Shop John O. Housel Law Old Trail Town Footworks We salute entrepreneurs with businesses large and small!

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Award Winning Gals

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Award Winning Gals

The Buffalo Gals took 3rd in the overall “Theme” award in the 99th Cody Stampede Parade, presenting a “Timeline of Women” on the street for the Theme concept “Wyoming, Buckin’ Thru Time”. Walking 2 miles for two days in a row and dressing in 14 piece period accurate ensembles in front of a crowd calculated by the host as 37,000 people from all over the world, it was great practice for this summer’s Cody Walking Tours. Young cowboys from the Schneider Ranch gave some “yan” balance to...

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