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... unique. We had wound our way up a peak we could see the road wind back down to a narrow valley. Down in the valley there was a stream & a bridge for the highway to cross. Then it wound back up another peak on the other side of the valley.
Casa Malpais RV Park is OK for an overnight trip. There were several very old rigs that people are obviously living in full time. That always makes an RV park seem a little iffy. ...
... br> the park so we had to head for the lake Lyman State Park about an hour South
West of the Park. Had ourselves a nice
camp fire but we only had a bit of wood so decided to have an early night and
make an early start the next morning to see the Petrified ...
... the trout pond. Charles and I had a ride booked at 10.15am.
Charles returned triumphant...he is now a fisherman...he caught his first trout with a fly!!!
Our ride took us up a mountain to see a spectacular view of the once most active volcanic area in Arizona. It was spectacular, although I was concerned about the steep decent. The second bloom of flowers carpeted the floor amongst the long grasses. Charles had Rose and I had Fudge, who liked to follow the ...
... This involved a very large mallet and metal patterns that after making the leather moist you banged to leave an impression. Very effective but quite tricky to be uniform or consistent. Nonetheless we all came away with a unique design and a fully functioning stained belt that not all of us will be wearing when we get back home but all enjoyed having a go at doing.
The leatherwork took so long and we were all so tired we decided to take a breather until the next activity. ...
... introduced to our horses. Abi had Boots, Oli had fudge, I had Rosie and Charles had Cloud. First lesson was the parts of the saddle and harness, then how to mount. After all successfully getting on our horses we were shown how to get them going to steer and to stop, all the basic essentials.
We were then free to practise around the arena. The personalities of the horses were becoming clear very early on. Fudge liked ...