Every summer, Kendrick Park in Sheridan, Wyoming opens it's concession stand. Many ice cream flavors to chose from, but we go there whenever we visit home because it is one of the very few places you can get licorice ice cream. I am talking black licorice. Kendrick Park is a great little park. Shady, grassy and a nice music pavilion for summer evening concerts. In recent years, a paved hike and bike path has been added to Sheridan. Part of it skirts one end of the park, making the park a great stop on a long bike ride, because, yes, you can bike long or short around Sheridan. These are some of the best bike paths I have ever ridden and I currently reside in a "bike friendly" city. Sheridan's are better. Don't forget the Sheridan Rodeo is the second week of July. A really great little rodeo without the crowds of bigger cities. Bonus: pancake breakfast, Rodeo Run, bed races, parade (after the parade, you can "ballyhoo" with the 7th Cavalry) and two nights of street dancing during rodeo week. The 5k run goes right through Kendrick Park. So if you are visiting Wyoming this summer, make sure you make Sheridan a stop during Rodeo week. And one more thing, some really great new restaurants and at least one micro brewer. Check out Warehouse 201 and while you are eating some first class food, notice the detail in this restored building.