Schmalz's Red Pole Ranch and Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What a magnificent 2 days of riding we've had since leaving Sheridan. Headed out to Ranchester and climbed the majestic Bighorn Mtn range. Spectacular views greeted us at every turn. Pine forests lined the road as we climbed to 9400 feet. At the summit we could feel the air was much thinner. Snap climbed a couple hundred yards to bring us our first Ice Ball. We kept a close eye out for Mountain Lions as they hang out in this area.
... the best preparation for Yellowstone Park one could wish for as a tourist. There is another museum on Buffalo Bill himself. A third about the plains Indian. An interesting museum with Western Art and a Fire Arms museum, which, aside from having the largest gun collection in the world, also holds a hunting lodge with ...
... that the sewer hose had not been fully connected and brown sewage squirted out from the connection under the camper. Dad lunged for the dump valve and, in the process, knocked his son down into the rapidly-spreading sea of goo. A head appeared in the camper window screaming “It’s everywhere!!” I could only hope “it” was water from the hose that had gone in through the window, because the other “it” ...
... pair of my pajamas and a bathrobe and slippers. “We always go down dressed like this to open presents,” I said. “Then we’ll have a light breakfast, get dressed and have dinner around 2:00 PM.”
“Here come the boys,” my father said as we thundered down the stairs. “Now we can open our presents. We thought you’d never get here.” He was smiling and we went into the living room. The ...
... of the bathroom. “This is your room,” I said. It, too, was a large room, nicely furnished with a big bed, TV and a futon.
“Justin,” he said turning to me. “I’m scared. I don’t know how to act around rich people. I don’t belong here.”
I took his hand, led him to the futon and we sat down. I looked him straight in the eye. “You act like Cody… nothing else. You have been ...