High Feather Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Before we entered Yellowstone we witnessed our first encounter with wildlife! Kyle said (as he made a u-turn before entering the world's first National Park) that I could thank him later. I had no idea what he meant or why we weren't following the other cars into Yellowstone. In front of many stores and restaurants stood at least 6 or so Elk with their babies. One little one was in the street calling for it's mother. It sounded so cute!! Kyle and ...
... I spent about 20 minutes treasure hunting. I'm here for work, living in a little casita at the Pecos national historical park. Were herbiciding Scottish thistle for a week. But outside of work we've been hitting up hot springs as well as sightseeing. Its been a great trip. Saw my first rattle snakes Song of the day: In the air tonight- Phil Collins No more- eddie vedder Bomb the world- micheal franti and ...
... with glass particles which melt, more added, etc. It'd be a real kick to try that, but I'm thinking the process exceeds both my talent and pocketbook!
After the gardens, we stopped at the site of the big flea market at Tusuque. Karen's mom had sold her work there years ago and Karen was able to reminisce with some vendors who have been there ...
... a great suggestion with La Cocina de Dona Clara. Hah—that was definitely NOT the case. My review is here (http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRev iews-g60958-d3468288-r170468329-La_Coci na_de_Dona_Clara-Santa_Fe_New_Mexico.ht ml) but the long and short of it is that that is one of only 3 1-star reviews I’ve ever written. With all the great restaurants in Santa Fe we were disappointed that our ...
A few hours into the journey we stopped at the Four Corners. Here, you can stand in four states at once: Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico. Pretty cool huh! All the relevant state flags fly around the outside and there's a monument too. And then right in the centre there is a plaque on the floor denoting where the exact point is. Steve makes us spell out the word 'trek’ spanning across the four states. God knows how the boys managed to do the ...