Crooked Creek Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Dubois
... in central Oregon. It was pretty uneventful til Choco frooze on a really steep down hill. The horse moved around in slow motion until Dans saddle slid off sending Dan off into the rocks. He choose to exit on the up hill side so it wasnt much of a fall and got out of the stirrup fairly quickly. Choco stayed very still so nothing more than skinned hand and elbow and a nagging pull in ...
... inside with all l kinds of noisy dogs and cats. Its like ... well its like a .... a ... kennel! There I said it. A kennel. I'm in total disbelief.
After my abandonment, Alicia and Dad walked up to town for coffee. Upon their return Dan and Julia played Dominion by the river while the girls played. Then it was time to break camp and head for the ranch. On way ...
... no restaurant with WiFi, so I drove past the refinery, at the same time both hideous and fascinating, and took some photographs in front of the main gate. I then got back on I-80, drove into Rawlins, and, as usual, McDonald's provided both WiFi and a Big Mac menu. Leslie had mentioned that Seminoe State Park had fine scenery, so I decided to go there and put up my tent. But I would have to go ...
... moment. I was somewhere in the middle of the pack in eating my pizza and succeeded in savoring my meal for once. It was great group fun to make the pizzas together. However, we all agreed that a mere pan pizza was not enough to fill the belly and scrounged up enough extra food to make a stew.
After that, some of us relaxed and chatted. Some of us wandered off in the forest to push down dead ...
... let them know who we were and that we'd be quiet (unlike the night before with peak ascents and kid-like shouting and fun of that manner).
To my amazement, they were none too pleased with us. They stopped us about 50 feet from them so that we had to speak very loudly in order to communicate with them. I let them know we were from NOLS, on Day 27 of a 30 Day expedition, that we would respect their privacy, and that we would be as quiet ...