Spirit Mountain Ranch
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... morning drive into the park, I took a short dirt road and standing in the road was a calf. Soon Mama came out of the thickets to join it. When I walked Reilly in the morning I saw two smaller bulls in the campground. Finally, I saw Bullwinkle on a road going to the golf course. If it were not for the other folks who had spotted him, I probably would never have seen him. He was laying down in thick grass and his rack looked like ...
... out that Macaroni is their oldest horse and does not like to be tied to the post. He gets some extra privileges due to his age, so they don’t make him get tied up. He was 34 years old, which they say is very old for a horse. Most horses only live until around 30. They said he is still going strong, so I hoped that he would last another trip!
Macaroni fared just fine, but was a bit slow on the trail. Poor Grace seemed to be having her nose ...
... pretty the woods were after seeing so many dead trees on the way to our hotel yesterday. The weather has been fabulous our whole trip, and today was the first day it was overcast, but the temperatures were mild so I was quite content. After we finished that hike we got back in the car and drove a scenic drive past Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Lake, and Lake Granby. These Lakes are all right next to one another. The ...
... interested in knowing her name. We ended up behind the pair of them who were sitting together on the bus, and this exchange occurred:
Donovan (to his mother): Are we staying the night?
His mother: Yes.
Little girl: We are staying the night too.
Donovan: Can she stay over night in my room?
Little Girl's father (from across the aisle): Slow down, son.
Cracked up the whole back of the bus, ...
... 1-mile hike to Alberta Falls, of which the first half-mile was straight downhill and the other 0.6 mile was mostly up. Got to the falls, took lots more pictures, then hiked back down the last 0.6-mile leg and another 0.3-mile mostly downhill stretch to the Glacier Gorge shuttle stop, where we caught the bus back up to the now completely slammed Bear Lake parking lot, feeling terribly proud of ourselves and awarding ourselves ...