Red Horse Mountain Dude Ranch
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The rest of the week followed the same formula except that we were riding in the adult trek in the morning. In the afternoon you could ride again or indulge in another activity, shooting, kayaking, archery, fly-fishing. Ian, Steve, Tim and Robert took a day out and went to Coeur d'Alene golf course (Ian to write on this) and another day left …
The golf trip was organised by Steve and I was looking forward to a decent round of golf at a local course to see if my game could recover from the disastrous run I'd been having in England. So four of us (Tim, Rob, Steve and I) set off at lunchtime in Jim’s hire car to drive the supposed 45-minute route around the lake with Tim driving. Tim …
Most of the adults participated in the adult test – to see whether we could go on the adult horse ride. We all failed – it was hysterical. Ian and I were cantering English style on a western horse and it was utterly wrong. We couldn't understand the reaction of the horse and realised that the moves we were told to do in the UK gave …
We were so looking forward to a bed. As much as the RV is comfortable there is only a limit to how much time you can sleep on foam. We drove around the Coeur d'Alene lake and all had a good feeling about what was to come. Up into the mountains along a dusty lane we were being encouraged to go further to find Red Horse Mountain Ranch. We drove …
We were up early to see the horses being driven from the mountain to the valley. It was a great sight with the horses galloping by (loping is the word over her) being herded by the wranglers, then off for breakfast.
The first thing to do this morning was to get the boots and chaps sorted out. Kids first and Edie was given a fantastic …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet