Guide Training in The Yellowstone Area

Guide Training in The Yellowstone Area

Every winter a bunch of Yellowstone guides get together to brush up on skills in preparation for the upcoming season. Fortunately for those of us who work for Tour To Yellowstone, that means training with Bob Richard. Bob is a third generation tour guide and has been...

Unexpected Visitor To Kick Off The New Season

Suzie and I were talking this morning while preparing breakfast and a wolf walked into view behind the house.  Mid-sentence I interrupted her, pointed, and yelled wolf.  The big male was walking along our fence behind the cottage, so I texted our guests who watched...
Busy Summer Season

Busy Summer Season

The featured photo is just another sunset here at Windmill Inn. Below is a recent review we received from two guests that stayed in the Cottage.  The review can also be viewed on Airbnb’s website or https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6716539?guests=1&s=NBpy67HH...
Wildlife at Windmill Inn

Wildlife at Windmill Inn

This is a fun time of the year to drive around the neighborhood watching wildlife.  The featured image here are some Big Horn Sheep that were 10 minutes up the road from our inn.  Its crazy watching these guys jumping around on the cliffs like its a casual stroll in...
Busy Spring Season In Cody

Busy Spring Season In Cody

It’s been a busy winter for us at Windmill Inn; we’ve had several family issues to deal with as well trying to stay ahead of winter. For those of you who live in a cold climate you know what I’m talking about. Spring is trying to creep in, last week we had some warm...
Wonderful Indian Summer

Wonderful Indian Summer

It’s been a wonderful Indian Summer with pleasant daytime temperatures, cool nights, and occasional air freshening sprinkles. Listening to the majestic sounds of elk bugling during the evenings and mornings, and smelling fragrant sage after fall showers gives one a...