Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... to follow from Breckenridge.
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Some of the photos in the blog are ...
... br> After that, we all walked around Lily Lake, which was beautiful. We were very lucky to see a bull moose swimming in the lake. Olav also claimed to see a meercat but the rest of us think it was probably a weasel! Astrid also took about another 100 photos of more cute squirrels - just one on the blog ...
... at Liam and telling him that he ruined the whole day. Then I tripped and grabbed for a branch that immediately first tore open my leg and then broke off and smacked me in the head. Bloody and crying, I was on a mission to get up to Liam to strangle him. Rob consoled me as he too was suffering from the high altitude and also wanted to strangle Liam. Even Ben, who never gets mad, lobbed bad words towards his best friend! Emma and Ryan just ...
... Back hoes were even down in the river trying to remove rocks that had moved there with the water that washed this place out. The river now was not much more then a running stream. We finally cleared the roadworks a I continued my journey. There was evidence of this flood everywhere. Houses on the river had their bottom floors stripped and barns and sheds had their timbers washed away. Eventually we stopped again. More roadworks. This wait was like 40 minutes. Everyone ...
A long day in the car, but not many miles travelled! Shame we had to backtrack 50 miles to find a road that went across the Black Hills! We went toMount Rushmore to see the truly iconic mountain carvings of the four presidents, Washington, Roosevelt, Lincoln and Jefferson. The story of how they were conceived ( as a tourist attraction ) and actually carved ...