Ponderosa Falls RV Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPonderosa Falls RV Resort Cheney
Thye were really sticklers about the check in at 1:00.
We stayed in site #85 on the back side. This was a nice spot but the satellite dish was blocked so we had to use cable.
They have a very nice minature golf course that we want to check out next time
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... creams, all small containers but I had never put them in the 3-1-1 plastic bag. In the states, they went through the screening just fine, but I realized the machines had been turned up to pick up every last bit of moisture. So when the bag got "rejected" for the third time, I remembered/realized that the travel kit was the problem, and pointed it out behind some clothes. So glad to have Screener #2, because Grumpy Girl #1 probably would have taken them off my ...
... we see and getting where we want to go will be what is foremost, but there will be thoughts of family and friends at home throughout, never fear. Since we can't take you all with us, I started this blog as a way to include whomever is interested. I don't expect it to be memoir quality, but having the photos and memories here (hopefully archived for good) will help us remember, too. Feel free to pass it on to family members ...
... This visit we get to see the Heifers and their new calves 1-4 days old… One heifer named ‘Gracie’ had her calf just a couple of hours before we got there … What a treat! Encompassing 1,600 acres, over 80 historic structures, many historic artifacts, and walking trails, there is something for everybody at the ranch. Did you know? The coal fire in the blacksmith shop may burn hotter ...
... out how fast to drive. All the road signs are in mph and we have to convert as we go. A crow flies in front of the car and I duck instinctively. "He better move," Heidi says, "I won't slow down or stop for a crow!" I giggle. A few minutes later we see a family of wild turkeys crossing the highway. Heidi slows suddenly and almost comes to a stop as the little family makes its way into the ditch on the right side of the road. "I ...
... walked around the Riverfront Park to look at the falls. The power of the water was amazing. Next we drove around the extensive rail yards, but it was too wet for Cliff to get out of the truck and watch trains.
Our campsite has not one, but two, rail tracks alongside it and Cliff was able to sit and watch the trains go by for a couple of hours yesterday afternoon. I really must try and pick better campsites!