Wind Chimes Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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... National Forest/Mountain. Words cannot describe the beauty in these hill and to think the pioneers travelled through there is almost overwhelming.
We did stop at small "recreation" area where I got out and walked the paved paths and took some photos of the river & water falls. There was no place for the dogs to walk, so Larry stayed with them in the truck (we didn't feel comfortable leaving them in the truck, even with the a/c on & doors locked... there was a lot ...
Now this was really something… and a lot of fun. In the rodeo arena with the top couple of inches soft dirt, the riders had a variety of their own events- men, women, teams and a little louder than your standard rodeo.
The first three events were the slow ride for each category. The winner was the one who rode the slowest down the marked course, any foot on the ground was a 5-second penalty. The first runs were elimination and then ...
... as an oxen teamster, buffalo hunter, scout for the cavalry, showman, and retirement. They had one display that described his Wild West show that reflected that it included 700 people. They were a diverse group including as one might expect frontiersmen, and Indians, but also Cossacks from Russia, and Mongols, and French troopers. This show and variations on it spent two years in each of two sites and then traveled all over the US. They performed in 47 of ...
... individual roping was one of my favourite events. As soon as the rider ropes the steer and jumps off to tie its legs up, the horse is cleverly trained to pull back against the rope to stop the steer running away. A true man and horse event working together as a team.
The high speed barrel racing (a cowgirl only event) was really thrilling to watch. These horses knew exactly what they had to ...
... a couple of videos, one going west to the dam, and one going east back to the hotel. They're attached below. Since the tunnels are right near the Buffalo Bill Dam, they are at the end of the westbound video and at the beginning of the eastbound.
The Buffalo Bill Dam was an interesting visit. Admission was free, but they charged $3 each for an audio tour to explain everything. So being the big spenders, we sprung for the audio ...
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