Western Pleasure Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... whole place exudes a sense of peace. Having had chickens in my family as a child, they added to the "ambiance" of the place...
TJ and Viv showed up at around six. We had a chance to show them around in Fiona and enjoy a fine visit there and in their house both. TJ shared a jar of last years honey crop, which we each enjoyed at breakfast. Great stuff!
Amy arrived ...
... the sun started to come up and the rooster crowed. So much for sleep...
Mornings in the Kennaly house are both relaxing and hectic. Most of us sat on the deck in the warm sunshine, enjoying each other's company. Meanwhile, Andy was in the kitchen, cooking everyone pancakes and waffles.
After a while, I took Alex and Sean with me back to the airport to clean the plane and fuel it. Seems that we had killed quite a few bugs when we covered 1,000 miles yesterday, ...
... my Pensacola days in the late 80's, but the weather was going to thwart these plans.
Instead, Alex and I talked it over and decided to head towards Idaho today, realizing that even if the weather permitted us to pursue this route, it would be a very long day.
After getting to the airport, I spent some time reading the various weather reports and then filed my flight plan. Because of the open expanses of the high plains and the lack of towns ...
... centered in a timeshare resort 75 minute drive away so we have some space here and a beautiful drive along the Pend Oreille River to see them. We will go waterskiing one day at a lake, float a river in our kayaks, visit the Silverwood theme park, awater park, I might even get to play golf.
So now off to do Christmas shopping for our Christmas in July event, then to see the herd and play some golf, maybe.
... the best. I finally "got it" and was cutting up the slopes like a pro! Slowing down and turning corners without needing my poles. And when I "got it" it was really fun! The day ended far too quickly. 4pm came around and all we could think about was which mountain we could find that is open next that we could ski at....wrong season for that maybe but we will be back in October so maybe then ...