Travel Blogs from Breckenridge
... to us that his wife was a Dallas cowboys cheerleader! He also asked if we would like to help feed a calf which we did, we had a rest this afternoon as it is nice to slow down for a little while, it won't be long before we are busy again, off to valentines day dinner tonight, supposedly it gets really busy here tonight, valentines day is a huge deal here in the states all the people in town were talking a lot about it, off to Fort Worth in the morning, lots of love Emma & Sam ...
... hours we arrived at the wildcatter resort and checked in, then had some dinner in the steakhouse, the main meal was lovely! We will be going to the same restaurant tomorrow night for valentines day, we will see what tomorrow brings, a horse ride, hay ride, archery, clay shooting? Who knows? Lots of love Emma & Sam ...
... rope over a high thick tree limb and attaching
the lead rope with it using baler twine so the horses could eat
happily all around them without getting caught up in the ropes. The
rancher and his wife came out to visit us and very kindly offered us
a shower and meal at their house in town the next day, whoop whoop!!
... by one monster
lorry and pushed by another while being escorted by 5 warning trucks!
None of the horses even flinched while both Lisa and I stared in
disbelief at the size of the thing zooming passed us! The camp-site
was a field full of small spiky trees with a few slightly larger ones
on the border. Lizard at the last place proved to be an escape
artist, preferring to snap the tree ...
After an atmospheric breakfast (which I later discovered was due to a
debate about parking the night before) Mike quit as a driver and left
us. Poo bum nappies! The day went from bad to worse for James, as
then he found out he had lost his little voice recorder, which had
all his notes on from the beginning of the trip. To get over the
shock of the day, Lisa and I took ...