Wells Gray Guest Ranch
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... river side escape from the heat and all took advantage of the cool river water. Our spot at North Thompson Provincial Park (Clearwater), was right on the edge of the Thompson River. As we were setting up our camp, a young boy (14) walked past us. We casually waved and he continued on his way. About 30 minute later he came walking past us again so we said hello and asked him how he was doing. He explained to us that he was on vacation, ...
This morning we all woke up early ready for horse riding Dylan was very grumpy because he was tired.
Once we all got in the car we set off to Vavenby. It was a whole hour for the journey but when we arrived and saw the horses we all cheered up. We heard chickens clucking in their pen and we saw the horses tied up outside their stable. The french girl working there said there were 14 horses altogether, 12 were girls. Sarah wholes ranch it is sorted us out cowboy ...
... the holiday consisted of beef short ribs and steak. we then got a good fire going which helped to keep the mosquitoes at bay.
Saturday followed much the same pattern, we hiked up onto a ridge above the campground looking down onto Osprey Falls. Then continued through the forest ever watchful for bears. We followed the instructions in the leaflet entitled "Bear Watching Etiquette" which advised us to "noisily ...
... It had beautiful log cabins set by a lake in a hollow surrounded by tree covered hills.
We went for a walk down to the lake before our evening meal. On the way we saw a lynx running across our path, unfortunately no photos.
We went for a row on the lake before heading back to our cabin. As we sat and ate our pizza dinner on our balcony, we saw a black bear come walking out of the forest ...
... we wound our way up the edge of a cliff overlooking a valley. By the time we got there, the sun was just starting to set, and the sight of the valley and the jubilation at riding there, in proper western saddles (which are tonnes comfier than English ones), was amazing. We had a break, I gave Teddy a cuddle for doing so well, and then we had our photos taken with our horses on the edge of the valley cliff.
On the way back, Laura and I made sure we ...