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... I need to get this angle!" . We are leaving and heading up north to our second farm next Wendsday. We are going to make a few stops along the way....Ennis, Cliffs of Moher, Sligo and then Moville where our second farm is. Its funny, everybody told us to bring lots of warm clothes and rain gear and it hasn't rained a drop on us since we have been here! It rained at night a few times and a little mist during the day but it ...
... of the horses a bit yesterday and today, Karly and I enjoyed that more than we can say! Today I rode a cob pony bareback around the yard, I was trotting and I didn't have a good knee hold and just slipped right off and I landed on my feet, now I have had my fair share of falling off horses but that was just embarrassing. But it was very fun, especially since I havn't ridden in a while. Anyway I will write more later, so goodbye for now. ...
Well here we are, two days to go and trying not to panic. We are both excited and nervous. We are leaving to spend the night in Boise tomorrow and then we fly out early Wednesday morning. We will be posting more then. ☺ We appreciate all your ...
OK you don't like to drive. Why not fly into McCall airport to spend a few relaxing days at this most beautiful location? And why not take a tour of the Smokejumper headquarters? Or take a tour boat out onto the lake? Or visit one of the many wonderful restaurants or specialty shops. Like the outdoors? How about a day or a week at Ponderosa State Park or snow skiing at Brundage Mountain Resort. Wow, for a four block long town there is a lot to see ...
... we start gaining some elevation. Farmland turns into a forest of conifers as we follow the Weiser River up canyon. After tens of beautiful miles going up the curvy canyon road we reach Tamarack. Not the resort, mind you but the lumber mill/community- community de-empaphasized. The mill is on both sides of the road which requires a "speed zone" of 45 mph. Sheesh.
We stop in New Meadows, another two block long berg located at the intersection of Highway 55 and ...