Red Horse Mountain Dude Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... high school with this tragedy struck Kellogg.
Another recurring theme in the valley is the cataclysmic forest fires of 1910, one of the largest in recorded history. Apparently, it was this fire, and the devastating loss of life and property that led to major changes in the fledgling forest service, increased visibility and status of forest rangers, and reformed federal policies related to setting aside public lands ...
... sleeping bags and clothes in the cabin. Such a great treat after camping, hiking in the rain and sleeping on an air mattress for the last four days.
While we were making more hot dogs for dinner, we did a little research on working on a ranch in Montana and we think we've found a guy who will let us work in exchange for free horseback rides. Fingers crossed!
... to Alaska in several days.
Oil changes, generator inspection, battery top offs, and we're good to go. Wednesday, is jump off date and away we go. Total of 18 RV ranging from oldies to brand new 40' motor homes with some 5th wheels included. We are all leaving between 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM and heading North to the Canadian Border.
But, that's to be described in the next adventure. Stay tuned.
... to catch a boat trip at 1pm but I could not find anywhere to park the car. Parking was at a premium and people had parked really badly so we had to hang around for the next trip. We had our names on a list and were the last two on which was lucky otherwise we would have made the journey for nothing as we had another long drive in the afternoon. I am usually really lucky with parking so we had to have at least one piece of luck!.
... one lost marshmallow in the fire or dropped piece of chocolate. A little later in the evening we broke out the Jiffy Pop and I'm not ashamed to say that I still get excited at watching this stuff pop and enjoying it like I was a kid :-)
Bedtime came at 11:00 when we had to put the fire out (park rules) and the temperature was perfect. Montana and Madeline had slept quite a bit on the drive and were a little giddy come rack time. They giggled until they almost wet ...