4D Longhorn Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It is still very hot and we are blamed for bringing the heat packed in the trailer.
Barb and I got up this morning and went on a walk and met a neighbor that showed us the local swimming hole.
Mike and I worked on setting up his DirecTV receiver, but with all of the pines, it was difficult to find a clear shot of the birds 23000 miles above over the equator. We were able to use his travel dish to find the birds, but it ...
Wow. The day isn't even over yet and it's been a wonderful one so far. Scott and I woke up to an empty house- today was the day that we'd leave for his dad's cabin in McCall. We swiftly ate breakfast- granola with raspberries, blueberries, and banana slices. Afterwards, we packed our bags. How sweet is Scott. His gentle touches on the hip or shoulder as he walks by me. His soft little perfumed kisses on my cheek to let me know of his love. Just a sweet heart. ...
... Enjoyed a visit with my cousin, Biff, and his wife, Pat, in Cascade. Later, on Saturday, we spent a little time in the museum at Roseberry--a Finnish Community in the early 1900s. Then we went up to McCall and had dinner with Biff and Pat at their cabin. It was fun to finally see the cabin they've been telling us about for a couple of years.
We had another early start to the day leaving Jackson at 7am and headed to McCall in Idaho. We took the advice of a local to take a more scenic route across to Boise which took us through the valley to where the nuclear power stations are. It was there we visited the very first nuclear power station which produced the first power to the light bulb in 1951. Gary thought he would see Hommer Simpson still working there! In fact the control room was just ...
... one of the teaching fellows stopped by to grab them. I have been losing and forgetting everything. During the Wilderness First Responder course I took this past weekend, I took my lucky, purple bracelet off when Matt, our instructor, started pouring fake blood all over me, because I didn't want to stain it. He stuck it in his pocket and we forgot about it. He left and wasn't going to return until the last week of March. Today I got a letter from the Idaho ...