4D Longhorn Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tapes, I got to hear his progression and imagine his life when he was much younger, and that, to me, was golden. I love this man. As for scenery, the higher we went into the mountains, the more beautiful it got. First, we drove through dry hills of prairies with hay barrels bigger than an elephant. Then, we drove through winding roads of hills, eventually hitting the Boise National Forest where there were trees and trees of greenery and a huge river with ...
... hour and a half and literally, along the way, we followed water along the highway the entire way.
Feeling like I need to stop for photos, I was able to monkey around and take some artsy shots of the moving water. The photos are long exposures that make the rapids look like a fog on top of the water, but it is just the rapids being blurred from the long ...
... were forgotten. Beautiful windy roads, cool mountain breezes and the lovely river beside me.
I stayed at Cold Springs Campground (I was alone), next to the river. It has a shower! Well, more like access to a small pool where I went skinny dipping, cooled down and washed off the days road grime.
Thunder and lightning all night, rain off and on, big CRAAACK and a tree limb falls down (luckily not on ...
... She no sooner went into the house than a male Stellar landed on the branch near the deck. It was as though it heard her say she was going in for some peanuts. He was quite brave and landed many times on the railing a few feet from where we were sitting. There were chickadees and Pine Siskins also. I think I finally saw a male Linnet with its red head ...
... lunch we go out into the snow and do scenario training. Matt, our instructor, separates the patients and responders and tells them the scenario, leaving out key details to the responders so that they must treat as they would in the field, with no extra knowledge. He makes the patients put on cuttable clothes, purchased from a thrift shop. He gives us wounds with a black sharpie then covers them in cold, gooey glops of fake blood. We were then strewn in the ...