I love to highlight local folks who make such a contribution to Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country, and you’d be hard pressed to find someone who has made more of a mark than Bob Richard. Bob is a third generation Cody-ite, which is really saying something! His grandfather was one of the first to be licensed to give guided tours in Yellowstone National Park – that was way back in 1906! He and his brother-in-law formed the “Frost and Richard” partnership, and were granted their license by the soldiers who at that time ran Yellowstone Park.
Bob himself has very strong ties to Yellowstone. When he was but a young lad, he was a mounted ranger in the Park, so his knowledge of the best places to experience Yellowstone is vast. He has spent the last 30 years as a licensed tour guide for this region, and has hundreds of fabulous stories to tell!
I got a chance to chat with Bob just the other day about springtime in the Yellowstone region. He had some really great advice for anyone who wanted to get the most out of the great outdoors in the coming months.
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