Crooked Creek Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... West type place, all of the shops had been fronted with wooden facades and lots of galleries to explore in the morning. We walked down the Main Street past 3 deer sitting by the stream and the "God Bless America" sign at the gas station. We had dinner out and it was huge as we had come to expect and most of the choices came with bacon and cheese. A extra walk around the town in the cold air was called for to shake dinner ...
... on I-80 to Sinclair and head north 36 miles to get to the park. And so I did.
There were hardly any cars, the landscape was barren with no buildings. Suddenly a sheriff's car approached from behind. It stayed behind me the next ten miles. My cruise control was set at the speed limit, 50 mph, my headlights were on (this seems to be a requirement in some states), so he couldn't nail me for ...
... emerged into an eerie, barren, brown landscape. The eerie feeling was borne of the significant haze clouding our view in all directions. We had been told before leaving that there was a fire in Montana over 70 miles away, and that any haze we would see would most likely be because of this. As we continued to hike up the gradual slope, the scenery became more and more reminiscent of Tatooine (Star Wars, anyone?), being very rocky, full of steep ...
... built into the surrounding landscape. The day was over at 3:15 PM! This fact excited the whole group and after setting up camp, we retreated to our various desired recreational activities. Some read, some found a quiet spot to sit and think, and some went down to the river for a dip. I partook in all three activities, though my dip in the river was more of an opportunity to rinse off the dirt tan line which had consumed both of my knees. As dark brown as ...
... bars, including Snickers, Milky Way, and Snickers Almond, were divided up into 2 bags. Jamie gave us each a bag and said to use them as we saw fit. I knew exactly where I wanted to give the bars to the team: On the top of a mountain on Day 2...but more on that later.
The night's duties were not over, however, as we had to have our RAD Plans ready for the next 4 days by 9 AM the next morning. While most of the team was making dinner, the ...