One of the great location surprises in the West is Cody, Wyoming, the city leading to the eastern entrance of Yellowstone National Park. There is great history here, including storytelling, Buffalo Bill, and an amazing museum known as the Smithsonian of the West.
Peter broadcasts from Cody this week, and is joined by Michael Boyd to discuss the good, bad and, yes…ugly air travel trends of 2014 and last year’s remarkably good air-safety numbers. Then, Patrick Smith, author of Cockpit Confidential, shares his view from the flight deck, not to mention the issue of whether arming the TSA is a good idea. And find out about one of the world’s longest continuing running rodeos, where the Wild West is still alive–in Cody.
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