Vista Verde Guest Ranch
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... mindfulness and being more present, I can enjoy any second of time for what it is giving, but it takes practice.
Being on the road and calling it my Home for the next few months will allow me to practice being in the present because everyday is a new day and place, and new people to interact with; the moment is what you make of it. Live ...
... with a sense of desperation, Nadine impressed upon him how wonderful the morning's 'descent' had been. As Nadine paddled in the Colorado River and laid in the shade, Matt sat still, forcing cereal bars and pop tarts into his face (since his scarily skinny state in Pinedale, he's actually packing weight back on). It was going to take something special to get him up and over the next climbs. Fortunately, unlike Wyoming, Colorado delivered. The climbs were ...
... we ate on horseback. That was a nice surprise. We continued on with our ride and then feeding.
For lunch I ordered the Jerk Chicken and had a salad with a couple pecan bars for dessert.
For my last backcountry ski, it was just me again and guides John and Dana took me out. We first drove off ranch and parked and we skied in the Hahn’s Peak Lake area. We climbed above the lake and though we didn’t view Hahn’s Peak Lake, we had a nice view ...
... to have to have oxygen. He normally fly's at 7000 feet, so that should give you an idea of the height we are skiing at. Whilst Andrew went skiing I did what any girl would do and went shopping. I caught the shuttle to Downtown and walked the main street, investigating all the shops in my own time. If I didn't have to use my suitcase, I could of done some real damage in a few of the ...
... both occurred on different days. The staff and the owners of the ranch split up into groups of riding capability and I was actually put in a group with decent riders. We had to put a lot of trust in the horses due to not really having much eye sight ourselves, so when we loped through the meadow with the moon casting shadows through the forest - you can say it was a little exhilarating, especially ...