Crooked Creek Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Dubois
... into it, and head back to the cabin after a short 1 hr.
On the way back, we see a few cars pulled over with hazards on. This is the local signal that something badass is going on nearby. Then I see that two guys have a huge camera lens and a ton of expensive gear. I see nothing and talk to the guy with more expensive stuff, who happens to be a wildlife ...
... The boys had no problem staying up watching the bull riders, calf ropers, and the young children riding the sheep. They said there was more "real cowboys" at this one and thought it was pretty cool. Unfortunately a 14 year old boy was hurt and was carried off by the paramedics that are on duty at the rodeo. He wasn't too bad as his Mom drove him to the hospital instead of needing to go in the ambulance. The ...
... mix of cocoa, brown sugar, apple cider, Perky's, and oats. Scrumptious. Dessert was a fitting final breakfast.
We departed camp at 8:05 AM. The pace was faster than any pace we'd previously made in during trip. Part of that was because it was all downhill. Part of it was sheer excitement to complete this course that had taken a month of our lives. And part was the sugar rush from breakssert (Breakfast Dessert!).
Right before 10 AM, we ...
... slight "Hello" as he rode past. He was clearly out there for solitude and none of us had any desire to interrupt with casual conversation.
Though we had ascended our last climb, the day was not done providing its share of obstacles. We had walked on trail for a mile or so when it suddenly disappeared. Given that this was modus operandi for the day, it didn't concern us. We broke out the maps and continued our hike. But the maps decided ...
... lovely a place really is.
We raced down just as we raced up, the mountain our version of a McDonald's playplace. Sleep came quite easily that night, the quick 4 mile hike mixed with a peak ascent our gateway to rest. But the night would not end without a farcical nuzzle from nature to make sure we really all were happy to be here and that it wasn't just good circumstances that let us put on a show. My tent had a broken zipper on the fly, but we ...