Wild Horse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today I attempted to fulfil Oscar's request to go fishing while here but didn't really accomplish that. Without spending hundreds of pounds on proper fly fishing, or having all the tackle and a fishing licence, our only option was 'Trout Haven'. Oscar and Olav quite enjoyed it but it was really pulling out ...
... at Liam and telling him that he ruined the whole day. Then I tripped and grabbed for a branch that immediately first tore open my leg and then broke off and smacked me in the head. Bloody and crying, I was on a mission to get up to Liam to strangle him. Rob consoled me as he too was suffering from the high altitude and also wanted to strangle Liam. Even Ben, who never gets mad, lobbed bad words towards his best friend! Emma and Ryan just ...
... hour. All the while rocks were being dumped on a pile next to the road using enormous dump trucks. Finally we were given permission to move. It appeared that the flood had gotten up over the roadway and pulled boulders and debris from the mountain walls next to the road. This was the cleanup that we were driving through, for quite a few kilometres. The water had pulled out the guard rails and even demolished a small concrete bridge that crossed the river and went to a ...
... He also occasionally stopped to try to eat the grass, which he wasn’t supposed to do. We all got a little more comfortable with the riding and Riley let Dawson take back his reins. We had a beautiful ride through the mountains and the meadows.
We could actually see our campsite when we went through one meadow. As we were nearing the end, I saw a horseshoe on the trail when we went by. Riley said we should remember where it was and then hike ...
... Rivers and some to the Pacific via the Colorado River. There’s no one around, so you don’t have to worry about anyone seeing you! A few miles to the south the Rollins Pass Road was in view. It made me realize I could have driven to the top of the Continental Divide here on the four wheel drive track and done a nice easy ridge hike to the Devil’s Thumb rather than dragging my chubby body uphill through the forest for hours.
Rollins Pass ...