- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Tal-WI-WI Lodge Alpine
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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. ...
... of any other horse so it was an easy ride for me. Ely, our wrangler, told us stories of other guests he had looked after in the last few months and how surprised he was when a Canadian mother and daughter arrived for a morning ride a little worse for wear or "hammed" as he put it, they could only just manage to stay upright in the saddle. The other was a German dad who fell asleep on top a horse.
After our ride we had to take a quick shower and load up the car so ...
... frames with our own unique design.
Charles, determined to come home with a cowboy hat visited the mercantile to Stetsons on for size. We did find one that wasn't too ridiculous but sadly they didn't have his size...what a shame. I on the other hand walked I tried the first one on I saw and bought it.
At 11.30 we all saddled up for a 3 hour ride including lunch. Charles was on his faithful friend Rose, Abigail had her new friend Boots but Oliver and I had to get to ...
... took photos and video and then our time was up. We all agreed to take the lunch rideout the next day with Charles on Rosie, Abi on Boots and Oliver on Fudge. I will try another horse, possibly Rosie's mum.
We had a short break to book activities for the next day and go back to our cabin to wash and get a drink before Chuck collected us for fly fishing.
Chuck drove us out to the lake to teach us how to ...
We found the ranch sign and followed a gravel track 6.5miles into a pine forest to find the entrance gate. We were not disappointed with what we saw. A small very private and remote ranch with many horses but few guests. The receptionist came out to greet us and show us into the welcome cabin to check in. After signing a waiver for just about everything we were given our keys and told to follow Nancy on Smoky the horse who would show us to ...