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Cody, Wyoming, one of the last places that epitomizes the true West. Cody is what America was, a place where the cowboy culture thrives and where the new west begins. The vistas are spectacular, the land is wild, the people are genuinely friendly and the opportunities for outdoor adventure, recreation, education and entertainment are as large and varied as the Wyoming skies. Learn more at www.wyomingtourism.org.
Pahaska Tepee, Cody, Wyoming. Buffalo Bill's spectacular historic lodge is nestled amongst the pines just East of Yellowstone at the foot of majestic Cody Peak. This is Buffalo Bill's original 1904 hunting lodge and it's listed on the National Historic Register. Learn more at www.wyomingtourism.org.
Smith Mansion: This whimsical house was once full of life when the Smith family lived there. Francis Lee Smith, an engineer, endlessly built the house for his family. Now, the rambling house sits vacant void of the family scene that once played out here. http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/wyoming/old-abandoned-wy-buildings/
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