Crooked Creek Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Dubois
... elevation of 8,500 feet to arrive at their home. It was beautiful. They did 80% of the building work themselves. They split their time between Dubois and the Naples area in Florida. We had a nice visit and a delicious cream puff snack before heading back down the mountain to Dubois.
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... lovely. Just normal small town folks all with a story and very content in their lives. The temperature did not get above zero until 1pm but the sun was shining so it was not so bad. We drove 475km today. The first 150km on freeway at 120+km/hr which was a dream. Still lots of trucks but the cruise control may have been disengaged twice for the whole length. Then after fuel we were off to a smaller road but just as good. ...
... at the KOA camp after I had put up my tent. They had a tent of their own the size of mine. They spend most of their time cycling on America's backroads. We started talking. They get up early, often at 5 am, they said. And gone they were, when I woke up at 7.30. But maybe I will catch up with them later.
Today has been mostly sunny. But now a thunder shower rages. Amazing how quickly the weather changes in this part of the country. ...
... afternoon and night, spontaneous harmonies broke out. When you've not heard a song for 28 days, you make up ballads and melodies yourself. They were quite good. Seriously, had a recorder been present, a platinum record called "Wilderness Beats" would be taking this nation by storm.
The day was a fitting end to our independent expedition. A group of people just having fun, simply. And with bellies full of ...
... the instructors left to go on their hike. During this hectic spell, Eric managed to cook up a spectacular breakfast cake consisting of cornmeal, brown sugar, and cheese. Quite sugary and filling, just the way I preferred my breakfasts in the wilderness.
At 11 AM, the instructors bid us all adieu and began their hike. Once the instructors were out of sight, the group was overcome with an aura of childlike craziness, with everyone shouting ...