Schmalz's Red Pole Ranch and Motel
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Most of the way through the Forest, the outside temps stayed at 94-95 degrees. But, we still road a lot with the windows down because of the beauty!
We came of the hills and went through a long desert.
So, when you've been driving in the mountains of Big Horn National Forest & then driving across the desert & my dog, Cookie, starts shaking uncontrollably, & you can't figure out what's wrong (becoming quite worried) & ...
... three ran(?) for the title.
Then an event where the rider had to roll a 55-gallon drum down the course with his/her front wheel and across the finish line.
Then the traditional barrel race around three barrels laid out in a triangle. (Horses do it much better and faster!)
An obstacle course requiring a rider and a passenger. First through an arch, tossing a water balloon in the air on one side and catching it on ...
... states including shows in Binghamton and Elmira.
Equally impressive to me was BBC’s ethical stands. He was a strong proponent of equal rights and pay for women. His female performers were paid the same as the men – very unusual for that time. He also felt that they should be able to vote, also at odds with the time. He held the same beliefs about the Indians. They were paid the same as other performers and he felt they should be granted ...
... sped round those barrels as if their lives depended on it. The fastest had to beat 18 seconds and was achieved by two riders.
As always the grand finale was the bucking bulls and these were BUCKING bulls! Not only were these monsters huge in size but their twisting bucks were so menacing that not one rider stayed on longer than 10 seconds (which believe us is a ...
... we set out, we watched about a 15 minute movie showing how the dam was built, and some of the problems encountered. It turned out the audio tour just played back the exact same information we just saw in the film. Could have saved six bucks! The tour was pretty much limited to the top part of the dam which is why there are no pictures of it looking up from the bottom. It is over 300 ft high, and since the edge was straight ...