Red Horse Mountain Dude Ranch

Address: 11077 East Blue Lake Road, Harrison, Idaho, 83833, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 11077 East Blue Lake Road, Harrison.
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      Travel Blogs from Harrison

      Into the Silver Valley

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on May 31, 2013

      14 photos

      ... 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 ...

      The Bald Eagles of Lake Couer d'Alene

      A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Dec 26, 2010

      30 photos

      ... the lake is mild and the surrounding hills provide plenty of large trees on which the birds can perch and rest (eagles often have preferred trees and even specific limbs to which they like to return). So for two months every year Lake Couer d'Alene provides a massive freshwater buffet to which bald eagles seem willing to travel; only a small ...

      When a girl's got to go potty....

      A travel blog entry by kate.ambrose on Jul 25, 2010

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... on the interstate except it can be very hairy with all the road works, shiny trucks (they seem to be made of metal and reflect your lights back on to you) and the fact that it is difficult to see the lines (I have mentioned that before).
      The Shiloh Inn at Coeur d'Alene is a great place to stay if you ever have to go there. You can use the pool and gym 24 hours, the rooms are very comfortable and it is a reasonable price.



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      Preparing to leave to ICO

      A travel blog entry by john.chamness on Oct 03, 2007

      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, ...

      Scotty Takes a Tumble

      A travel blog entry by laurab627 on Jul 27, 2007

      2 photos

      Scott grew up in a small town in Northern Idaho called Pinehurst and every summer they have an "Old Timers Picnic" for all the families to get together and reminisce. Scott's mom and stepdad were flying in from Kansas, so Scott, Audrey, and I decided to fly up there as well. When going to Coeur d'Alene, ...