Pack Creek Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... and left the rest to die with no food or water in sight of the Colorado river. The views were magnificent. Sadly the blog will be without photos until I can get a new card reader. Mine must have dropped out of the camera case somewhere in Utah! We met Mickey and his wife from Illinois who helped us clamber atop a massive boulder for photos bit they were the only people walking around the West rim which gave the most amazing views to the canyon below. The trail around ...
... ve come across or talked to anywhere and everywhere I have been have been the nicest, kindest, and most generous people I’ve come across in all of my days. Back home, many times people do not go out of their way to say hello to a stranger, or they avoid eye contact. Why? We are missing out on making someone smile, or feel good about themselves, or put them in a better mood. All it takes is a friendly smile and a hello. You may just end up making a ...
... art symbols that resemble kachina dolls), and Owachomo (which means "rock mound"). We had the privilege to take hikes to each of these natural bridges, which also included a wonderful view of the "Horse Collar Ruins"--one remaining ancestral Puebloan ruin in the area. Again, we hope the photos capture some of our enjoyment, as well as the early, and fascinating, nature of our culture!
... beers, pilsners, Bavarian ales, lagers - the choice was endless. They also had a huge number of appetisers available, including American classics such as sliders, which we discovered were miniature burgers, pulled pork and bubble bread. It was a great place to sit, chill and spend time discussing the day and finding out more about each other. We were a pretty tight group by this point, and drinking together added to the bond. We soon got onto discussing the Smurfs ...
... Powell's book 'The exploration of the Colorado river'.
We retuned to the motel to find a rejuvenated and thirsty dad who was now willing to conquer the trail to Woody's bar. After a couple of glasses of Cutthroat Ale and a bottle of 7% Hop Rising Double IPA we went to look for an ice cream dinner.
Sadly our search for ice cream was unsuccessful and we were forced to return to motel to purchase one from their chiller cabinet.