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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Reed's Lodge Springerville
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... unique. We had wound our way up a peak we could see the road wind back down to a narrow valley. Down in the valley there was a stream & a bridge for the highway to cross. Then it wound back up another peak on the other side of the valley.
Casa Malpais RV Park is OK for an overnight trip. There were several very old rigs that people are obviously living in full time. That always makes an RV park seem a little iffy. ...
... br> the park so we had to head for the lake Lyman State Park about an hour South
West of the Park. Had ourselves a nice
camp fire but we only had a bit of wood so decided to have an early night and
make an early start the next morning to see the Petrified ...
... goodbye to Hidden Meadow Ranch.
A short drive took us to Payson where we checked in to our hotel and then headed out to find the rodeo ground. Sadly, it began to rain but we took our waterproofs and hoped for the best. It rained lightly to begin with so everyone did their best to stay dry but then the heavens opened and we sat their wondering why we were not retreating to our car as others appeared to be doing. Unfortunately we had good seats that we didn't want ...
... slowly the last 400 metres. It was a beautiful site to see two helpful wranglers waiting to take charge of the horses so we could hobble back to the cabin with a much wider gait than when we started. It was fun but we were all exhausted and wondering how we were going to make it to dinner.
After removing the boots that are just not made for walking we made our way to the tack shop to have a go at leatherwork. We all took on the largest project, of course, of decorating a ...
... fish all in one go. Normally you have a casting lesson then go fishing but we decided to just go for it.
Chuck made it look easy and then bravely handed us each a rod, positioned us around the edge of the lake and we all had a go. We all got tangled up at points but we all got it right most of the time. There were clearly plenty of fish as they were leaping about, teasing us. Oliver had a few bites and very nearly ...