Western Pleasure Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Western Pleasure Guest Ranch Sandpoint
Travel Blogs from Sandpoint
... came all the way from German, as they went to here a Seattle band play. Shauna's kids (now mostly grown) flitted back and forth with their multitudes of friends from our blankets laid out on the lawn.
Funny, but in some ways, the lawn was a highlight of the evening: it had been a very warm day, and the long, lush green grass felt amazing soft under our feet as we walked around barefoot.
After the concert, there was a brief fireworks show.
... the more interesting because we were the only people in the place not wearing Harley-Davidson gear, since the annual pilgrimage to Sturgis, SD is underway this week, and we were only an hour or two away.
Although the morning's flight had been long, it had been very smooth, and cool for all except the last hour. I was growing concerned that the afternoon's flight might prove to be different - I could see cumulous clouds rapidly building ...
... CharLi (our RV), towing Mr. Toad while Sraddha drove the Subaru up to sell to our nephew in Sandpoint. I took a few photos with iPhone while driving (shh - don't tell Sraddha) which I have posted below to give you a feel for the area. The roads and rolling hills were fun.
Sandpoint is about 60 miles south of the Canadian border and north of where the reputed "Neo-Nazi's" hang out. Not sure of that ...
... As a kid, I would always complain about how dull my life was. I wanted fantasy adventures like the ones you read in story books. Now that I've grown up a bit, I realise that sometimes you have to make your own adventure.
For the past year I've been saving money and making preparations for my dream trip to Europe. I picked up my flight ticket in April and renewed ...
... consisted mainly of seafood which was very good. No, so far I didn’t get “gas”. After visiting a bit more at the house, Lynnie and I retired to our house. Viv had crashed in the car almost immediately after dinner. The long and early days of a bus student had taken it’s toll.
Today, Saturday, we plan to go into Sandpoint and go to the Farmers Market. More on that later.
Off to town ...