Triangle C Dude Ranch
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... hr speed limit but very easy. Open country with snow to start. Very much like Twizel area. Julie had a drive as well and after 80km and about 4 bends we made it into slightly different land. It was low scrub like Lindis pass. We are lucky in NZ to experience all types of geography within a few kms but here we have to travel a long way. Very beautiful though. Drove into Dubois around 5:30 and loved it. It was fantastic. A ...
... up and on our way.
Leaving the Lazy L & B was very hard. We loved our stay here - loved the horses - loved the people - loved the beauty of the place - loved the cowboy/cowgirl in us that emerged. LIke the Double Diamond song says, it is pretty clear our time there was more than expected and the place pretty clearly shaped us while we were there - for the better. Very hard to let it disappear into the sage. We drove ...
... br> And a mama, her babies to hold.
And I need the hills of Wyoming
In the land of the buffalo
Now shes sellin' out, and I'm movin' on
But I'm leavin' with more than I came
Cause I got this saddle and it ain't for sale,
And I got this song to sing
Got to find new range to ride and new knots to tie
In a country where cowboys are ...
... him to give it to me. It was a delicious white fish fried in butter. His dad, not far behind him, said it was 'wally' or something. While I was eating it, the wind started to blow with almost gale force. I had to jump into my car to finish the dish. I was afraid that my tent might blow away but I had fortunately secured it well with the spikes. As you all know it lies close to the ground. If it ...
... our suddenly steep elevation gain was deemed to be the culprit. I was adamant as were others that we stop until we could be sure she was totally fine. Thankfully, all was well after we took a 15 minute packs off break, which everyone really needed anyway. A couple minutes later, we crested the saddle at 10,700 feet to see a far-reaching valley in front of us. To our surprise, the trail disappeared at the top of the saddle even though it was ...