Black Diamond Guest Ranch and Resort
Travel Blogs from De Borgia
We slept late and went to town for breakfast. A real breakfast, not a motel breakfast. It was delicious! The weather was very cool and overcast. We had been having perfect weather the whole trip but it looks like our last four days in northern Idaho will be chilly, cloudy and rainy. We started with a mining tour of the the Sierra Silver mine. This area was once the richest area in the country. Mining was the major industry. The northern part of Idaho was ...
We left Orofino and traveled to Elm City. This over winding roads climbing higher and higher. The scenery was lush forests of red cedar, pine and fir trees with rivers, lakes and a reservoir. It took over two hours to reach Elm City. It is a small town for hunters, fisherman and ATV riders. Winters in the area are tough as there is tons of snow. Not too many people live here in the winter. It once was a large town for the ...
... he could work hard, get better and one year join our team and cycle across the country. Then today I met a mab named Justin. When Justin was 15 he was rock climbing, fell and suffered a very serious injury and was actually diagnosed as dead at one point. He then was in an 8 day coma where the doctors suggested to his parents that they pull the plug because the Justin that woke up would not be the same kid that had ...
... into the 50,000 Silver Dollar which is a combination gift shop, restaurant, bar and casino (video poker and keno only I believe - didn't play so can't swear by it). By the way, the silver dollars now tally 67,000 some odd rather than the original 50,000. Snow was on the ground in piles and it was chilly but it would do for the night, power was a plus but we had no coverage for the mifi.
... br> better luck than the motel situation. A
moment ago, we were driving in a valley with wooden fenced ranches surrounding
us on both sides of the highway when a Prong Horned Sheep leaped over the fence.
It crossed the highway just beyond the car in front of us. To say the least, it
has been a wild drive through this rugged wonderland. Llamas, deer, sheep,
horses, cows, and ox have been spotted and we have only begun our trip into
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking