Red Setter Inn and Cottages at Greer Lodge Resort
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Travel Blogs from Greer
... 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 ...
You've heard the saying "the early bird catches the worm"' well, Charles thought he'd start early and pack in as much as he possibly could starting at 7.30am with breakfast. The rest of us preferred the lye in. After his breakfast he had a Ono on one fly fishing casting lesson with Chuck, so for 1 hour 30 mins he practised various styles of casting.
The rest of us had a relatively lazy morning with breakfast at 9am. Oliver and Charles went for another archery session to sort the ...
... archer and good with the BB guns too. Canoeing was OK but we were all expecting to do it down a river but disappointingly it was on the small trout pond where we did the fly fishing.
Abi & Oli went to the hot tub at 6pm and Charles went for a run. I got some peace and quiet on my own for an hour.
It really is a beautiful place here, everyone is so friendly and can't do enough for you.
... were tough enough to stay in the hogan.
Today was another relatively short drive to Greer, AZ to Hidden Meadow Ranch. We managed to negotiate the road today with nothing exciting to report except a detour with a detour. They closed an exit off I-40 so we had to go the wrong direction for 3 miles to take the next exit. And come back the other side only to find that closed to so we had to go a further 3 miles turn round and come back. Finally, after a 12 ...
Crossing the New Mexico/Arizona border late in the day, Arizona threw us for a loop time-wise, as it's on Mountain time but doesn't adopt Daylight Savings Time. So basically it's on Pacific Time 6 months a year. But we were sure glad that extra hour allowed us to find a small convenience store that was open, where we acquired some late afternoon refreshments (beer and chocolate).