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Phil cooked our steak on the grill at the 11th Street Grill restaurant the first evening. We visited with Dave/Linda (our co-campers) and Tim/Julie(next to us).
We had potluck supper the next evening in the rally hall.
Friday was the day to tour other campers, with lots of visiting. We went into town to look around and ate at OST. Phil helped put shocks on Dave's camper that evening.
... entry - a welcome sight for Matt who couldn't wait to get out and pat them!
The main homestead wasn't visible from the entry but the dogs led the way and we were met by Miss Leigh (the ranch owner) who showed us our bunkhouse - which was simple but adequate.
Each of the 4 bunks in the room were totally covered in testimonials from other guests eg 'I love you Henry', 'Flax is the best', 'I will miss you Sunshine', 'Watch our for Tiny ...
... show' being filmed at the ranch and various places across the USA - we saw the camera crew at breakfast. We had lunch, then back for our second ride. I had a new horse, Freckles, and Justin had a huge horse - Paco. We were riding with a mother and daughter from California who were nice, but the mother was riding behind me and she wouldn't stop talking the entire time, disturbing my peace. We had another nap, then showered and went to meet Jay, the ...
... relaxing, but fun at the same time. On the drive up I had been lethargic, irritable and emotional. We got on the horses and I almost instantly felt better. We rode trails up in the hills, walking and trotting in the sunshine. Couldn't stop smiling! Fresh air, 20 degrees, on these powerful but gentle horses out in nature, no internet... So relaxing. No thinking! We spent the afternoon riding our horses, napping in the cabin, eating our meals at scheduled times, playing ...
... some of the campers who form up as a little band each winter. Calling themselves "Exit 501" (the Buckhorn Lake interstate exit off of I-10) they put on a good show demonstrating some good but not quite ready for Nashville talent.
Waking up Sunday morning to bright sunshine and the prospect for temperatures in the 70’s we were cheering the opportunity to leave the sweaters, jackets and gloves in the bus ...
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