Red Horse Mountain Dude Ranch
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... our national forests.
In particular, the hair-raising story of ranger Ed Pulaski captured the imagination of the public, and continues to intrigue modern day visitors. Ed was leading a group of about 100 firefighters who were separated into two groups by the intensity of the blaze. Realizing the hopelessness of their situation, he led the remaining 45 men into a mine tunnel to escape the heat. Instinctively, the ...
... few days. We walk for a few hours to move the blood clots around and then we find a restaurant for the evening. We have become wary of any waiter with a script for the food which lasts anything longer than 10 seconds. For example, “Tonight the chef will be serving the organically-reared and extremely well-educated filet of fish sitting on a bed of rice sprinkled with gold dust and interlaced with diamonds” - bored already! So that will be fish with rice ...
... also had some great photos of him holding up the guy’s M16 machine gun (no black eye at this point). Sam never could remember why he and the guy had blued, but he was very happy to be getting out the place asap. So we went to Spokane airport to investigate changing our car over for a better deal...
We ended up changing the car we’d rented from Hertz over there to rent with Alamo. It ended up ...
... the verandah and main lounges overlook the lake. The bell boys were dressed in lederhosen with modern joggers which was rather incongruous - we tried to get a surreptitious photo but it was too difficult with the crowds. They were celebrating Christmas in July so there was a big tree and they gave out free cookies.
The trip on the boat was nothing special - we did expect more commentary but it was pleasant enough and it was a ...
In a few days I leave for ICO(International College for Officers) in London. For two months I will hang out with 25 other people from different countries around the world learning from them and hopefully gaining new perspectives on life. Right now I am not looking forward to this. I hate being away from my family. I will miss their soccer games, ...