Pine River Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up a conversation when they saw us standing by Elephant. They were thin, perhaps gaunt, her hair was grey and braided, their jeans worn but clean and the practical fit of their shirts and work boots left no room for compromise. They had 40 acres in New Mexico and kept a few horses. They had no electricity and collected rain water. I could visualise the block as one of thousands of similar holdings we have seen in Colorado or Nevada or Arizona, each with its ...
... and hot or cold.
Sometimes we could walk faster between bus stops in NYC than the bus driver could drive!
It was a fabulous trip and thanks to Dave's extensive planning, we saw everything we wanted to see and did everything we wanted to do - a few places we might like to return to but only after we see what else is out there. Great travels to all of you. Not sure what is next for us!
Friday, September 26th - Travel from Russell, KS to Kansas City, MO
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Arrived about 3PM and hoped to see the boys. Cory wasn't available and Austin worked until 9PM, so we made plans with them for tomorrow.
Saturday, September 27th - Kansas City, MO
Cory was grounded for the day so we couldn't see him but we picked up Austin and went directly to the Smoothie King where Austin ...
... before leaving to head home for a week and two medical school interviews. Flights cancelled, a night spent in the Newark airport and the red-eye home.
Prechter picked me up from the airport and we headed straight for Richmond. A day and night of galavanting, fiesta-bussing, old brick, music, climbing "big mama" (a giant magnolia tree that lives up to her name), bamboo forests, Libby Hill jam and the best family breakfast the following day. ...