I live in Cody because I love it.
I love the people, the country and the things to do.
I love it when the tourists arrive and bring the energy up to a whole new level, and I love it when the families return home and the town quiets back down.
And I love that when we celebrate July 4, we do it with such enthusiasm that we need several extra days beforehand so that we can fit all of our patriotism into one small town. Anyone who has ever been in town starting July 1 knows that our “Cody-Style July4’ celebration features the region’s finest parades that are topped only by the Cody Stampede.
When I heard that Rand McNally was conducting a contest to identify the Best Small Towns – less than 150,000 people – in the United States, I just assumed that anyone who has ever been to Cody would vote for us. The six categories of the contest are most beautiful, most fun, friendliest, most patriotic, best food and best for geocaching.
Okay, I admit that I have not spent much time geocaching. That’s unfortunate, because it is an activity that gets Read More