Western Pleasure Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The next morning, after breakfast at the hotel restaurant and checking out we walked a few blocks into town to take in the the Injectors Car Show. Then headed home.
The whole trip was a nice getaway, the scenery was breath taking and the lodging comfortable and relaxing.
About 870 miles ...
... MT, we saw the enormous strip mine, guarded over by the 40-foot tall statue of the Virgin Mary.
About the time we got to Missoula, we switched from checkers to chess. Alex is really good at chess, and if I want to keep from getting destroyed, I always have to focus on the game. Trying to fly a plane in moderate turbulence, navigating and managing the various systems made this more challenging than normal. Fortunately for us, our game came to a ...
Last night we took Ron, Toni, our hosts, and Matt & Brittany, to dinner at the floating restaurant over eat side at Hope, Idaho.
What fun we had just hanging. We have spiritual family with whom we connect regularly and it is fun to have some bio family with who my we connect. Not all bio family has the genetic connection. We consider Aron and Toni to be part of our extended ...
Well, I must have misunderstood...I was just informed we had to get up and get going early because we have to make it to Salt Lake City in nine hours...what happened to stopping to smell the roses? I think I did hear a stop in Dillon is in the plans...Pategonia look out!
... a chatty, precocious kid with lots to share. She and Lynnie continue to “bond” the more often we see them.
Before we arrived, we took a walk around their place which is twelve acres in the woods not far from town. They have fruit trees, bees, chickens and a great vegetable garden. It brought back memories of our place in the Helena Valley from times in the “dark ages.”
They have made ...