Blue Lake Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of a little doggy time with the two resident hounds and an intriguing meeting with a miniature albino hedgehog which was far cuter than you would expect. By the time we rolled out of Leavenworth in the mid-week pre-dawn chill any doubts about the wisdom of going north late in the Fall were gone and we were again thankful for our far flung friends. All we had to do then was ride across the fertile plain... again.
Two and a half days on the back roads was ...
... stopping at a point where we could take a photo back down the road made famous in movies like Forrest Gump and Easy Rider. On the way to the lunch stop we stopped at The Gooseneck, which is the crookedest river in the world. We had an early lunch in Bluff, Utah ... The restaurant was twin rocks, and it had a twin rock formation above it ... It was starting to get ...
... delayed by road works and slower vehicles. Monument Valley was quite stunning. We checked into our hotel (Far View) and had a bit of an explore and took some photos, it was quite hot. We headed out to have a look at Gouldings store and John Wayne's cabin, then we boarded some Toyota 4WD Utes set up with old car seats on the back for up to 20 people and headed up a windy dirt road to visit some Navajo stalls and some amazing scenic photo stops before heading ...
... people lived here a thousand-ish years ago, but it was incredible. Our tour guide was extremely passionate but didn't come up for air much. Makes me think of some of the lessons some of our kids have to sit through at school?! A few more shots, a good lunch but very vague service at the View café & then the nail biting trip back down the mountain. Back in time for a swim & spa before the next round of ...
... we waited for our scheduled tour. In the meantime, the kids viewed the canyon and caught site of what we think was some sort of ferret, but it was too far away to tell. Its movements were definitely like that of a ferret or weasel.
Time passed quickly and our ranger, Kim, rounded the group up for our tour. She began by explaining a bit about the people who lived here more that 1200 years ago. These people began living ...