I have a friend who tends to become sad at the end of seasons, events, holidays, visits by out-of-town relatives, etc. People have commented that we are probably so close because I am the opposite.
I did not view Labor Day Weekend as the end of the summer tourism season. Instead, I looked at it as the beginning of one of my favorite times here in Cody Yellowstone.
Summer is great, and nothing compares to families with wide-eyed kids taking in their first Great American Adventure to see geysers and rodeos, to eat the state’s best prime rib, to view true Western art, to wonder how people could live in those small one-room cabins.
The atmosphere is noticeably different, however, when the empty nesters show up. Often these folks will take an extra day or two as they take a more leisurely approach to visit at all five of the museums in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West or stop and ponder over the exhibits at the Heart Mountain WWII Interpretive Center. They will dig a little deeper and check out the Dug Up Gun Museum or wander across the street Read More