Terraces at EagleRidge
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... Creekside cafe on 11th street a really great places to eat,, then back to RV to start heading to Granby, had a jack problem, jack still advise they down but they are properly up, so discontinued the power from the switch. Drove to Billy's in Granby, Colorado, stop at a Kum and Go for fuel in Granby then headed to his house, park next to church used 20 amp service and water, dogs stay most of time in ...
... t finding it desperately easy. 48 miles down for the day we came across a creek and decided to call it quits. Just after gathering water, the thunder began again and the heavens opened. We feel pretty minging now after two really tough days of riding, two awful days of weather, and two impromptu wild camps with none of our normal creek washes because of the storms. A lot of our stuff is also completely drenched so we're considering taking a day in Steamboat Springs to get everything ...
abruptly at that place. After all this we renamed the place as “get
struck by lightning” falls.
The rest of the trip was not as exciting. There was a hot-air balloon
rodeo, which was the reason we originally decided to go to this place.
The way they set up ...
After lunch I went riding in the indoor ring. Trainer Terry gave me a lesson on Oreo with wranglers John and Nicky. We worked on downward transitions: trot/walk, canter/trot and canter/halt. We rode about 1.5 hours. I used to ride English at home, had my own horse etc but now I only ride when I go to the ranch, but I always have to get on and ride at least once during my stay.
Dinner tonight was buffet style with the staff. Salad, prime rib with ...
... nervous and released my fingers off the handlebars--forgetting the throttle is under your thumb and not your fingers which is why I crashed through the bush. At least it wasn’t a tree. Anyway, after the guide drove my snowmobile out from the predicament I got it into, we continued on, but by then I was terrified it was going to happen again, so I would/could only go about 9 miles/hour. We stopped twice along the route but it was hard for me to enjoy it because I ...