Long Valley Motel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... That was super fun! We stayed in our first hostel and ate lots of good food. We visited Killarney national park, that was my favorite place so far with the fall colors changing and the beautiful weather we had it was absolutely beautiful! There was a cool trail along the lake and big mountains behind, a great view! I was and have been in photography heaven! Karly has been so paitient with me stopping every 5 feet and ...
... s, our hungry bellies pushed us forward but our eyes kept us looking all around. I exclaimed" pull over! Pull over!". The sun was gently falling leaving a golden glow on a field of grazing cows. There was a classic red barn sitting quietly on a hill in the distance and the only sounds that we could hear were crickets and the cows ripping the grass out of the ground with their teeth. I loved this sound. It was a sound, like a cat's purr, that could ...
... the mountains (6500 feet elevation down to 3500), from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. we crossed 6 zip lines - all different. I was so scared. But....... I loved it. We had in our group the brave,the scared and a screamer (Liz). We covered all bases, as we zipped, then hiked to the next one, zipped again, ...
... the most uncomfortable position possible. I had to rescue a girl who had fallen from a tree and was wrapped around the trunk without rotating her spine. After a horrible bike accident of which I remembered nothing, I was laying on the side of the road over the wall of snow that had built up with my ribs crushed beneath me. Although the injuries and the blood were fake, the shivers were not. Laying in the snow in shorts and a tshirt, waiting for your rescuers ...
... it's mostly a memory … and a major project of Frank and Kathy Eld. Frank has been working for 39 years to rebuild and restore Roseberry. Kathy operates the Roseberry General Store and Museum while Frank rebuilds.
Very close by is the little "city", their words, of Donnelly. The "city" of 152 souls has a lot of new but vacant commercial buildings. They were built in anticipation of the new Tamarack Resort bringing in many new customers ...