Barking Mad Farm & Country B&B
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Great day! We rode the tram to the top of the mountain. Elevation was almost 8200 feet! We had lunch at the Summit Grill. We then hiked around the trails and saw some wonderful views. We were huffin and puffin up those trails. I didn't sprang my ankle until we were back at the launch ...
So we were invited to go to a town event in one of the cutest little towns in America! This sweet town of 102 had their annual end of the school year party and invites neighboring small towns to be a part... Their little school (public) has 5 students. It was so, so sweet! My brother-n-law played with his band and the kids ran and played in the valley of Hell's Canyon (I know terrible name, but I guess it gets pretty hot ...
... as we are very sheltered from the wind. The sky was absolutely cloudless so the stars were amazing. Today is a lay low, do some house keeping day. We are trying to plan out the legs of our journey after we see Charlie and Robbie. To come up with approximate dates for visiting California people and drive times between way points to avoid as many long days as we can. Checked out the X and the Tango. All systems are good, still have ...
... than happy to tell us all about Australia. However, two of them specifically pointed out that riding here is so much better than there because our roads and scenery are superb.
We continue to make new friends, and in case you're wondering, Crush has run like an iron thoroughbred, and he' already earned 3 welcomed baths so far.
It truly is the journey, not the ...
... anchors a community, and is someone we won’t forget.
As a final aside, Kathryn went to the bathroom- an outhouse- and saw the sign that said to pull a cord three times to flush the toilet. Without thinking much about it, she did… only to realize, of course, outhouses don’t flush, and instead she was pulling a big schoolbell above to announce to the town that she had gone to the bathroom.