The Lodge At Red River Ranch
Travel Blogs from Teasdale
... an orchard. They later used the fruit from the orchard to barter for items they needed. They had a schoolhouse and boys and girls learned to read, write, add but then schooling was stopped to make way for harvesting and other skills were learned from creating tools (blacksmith), sewing, and preserving foods for the winter.
This morning we had a small taste of the best of that life. We went to the Homestead for breakfast. The Park ...
... ridiculous. The Campground has laundry facilities in 3 different locations and most of the machines are older and not much bigger than the machine in our RV. And they cost a lot and dry slow.
I spent $20, used 2 locations (2 washers each) and had our washer and dryer running almost nonstop. Took a few hours but got most of it done. Frustrating and upsetting but I kept trying to look at ...
... the hydraulic fluid was leaking every time we used the slides. Seems that problem was not fixed. Mike thinks that we are low on fluid making the levelers have trouble moving. A quick call to Tiffin (our manufacturer) and a trip to Walmart and we hope that will fix the problem.
I am impressed with Mike. He has always been handy and willing to try to fix things. He seems to know his limits too. But he’s adopted this attitude that things ...
... but Jared refused to stay on the Navajo reservation, which took up the first few hours after crossing the boarder back into Arizona. We ended up just hoofing it all the way to the Grand Canyon to camp for the night. (On the way while Elliott was sleeping Jared and Sarah saw the biggest rack on a deer either had ever seen; it was truly the definition of a trophy deer. They seem to see the best stuff when Elliott is sleeping, such as ...
... of the surroundings. Once again, nature does it exquisitely. This place is where the settlers to the reef made their orchards and the trees are still there, bearing fruit for the traveller. In this valley there are petroglyphs on the rock. Always fascinating, who did them? What do they mean? Are they a sign of alien life? Or just a scam .... They looked pretty authentic to me, but I'm not sure about the alien theory.
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking