Travel Blogs from Pinetop
... German Babies" (don't ask), which are essentially a cross between a soufflé and an omelet, which you eat with butter, lemon and bacon. It was surprisingly light and tasty. Google tells me they are also known as a Bismarck Pancake or Dutch Puff Pancake, though I've never heard of the latter. The owners excitedly tell me over breakfast that Kirsten Dunst once stayed there with a 'friend' in 2009, though they didn't realise until they went to cash the cheque and ...
... get into the cabin at midday to clean it for the next guests. We were all a sad to leave, Charles wanted another day to fish and Oliver would happily spend his time doing archery or BB guns.
Abi & Oli took one last opportunity to do archery and BB guns whilst Charles and I packed the car then took a carriage ride around the ranch with Bonnie and Tom (a very large horse but not quite as big as a shire horse).
At 1pm we all had a BBQ lunch before ...
... new horses. Oliver was with Dusty and I had Pacos. From very early on we worked out there was some sort of grudge between Boots and Dusty as Abigail tried to overtake Oliver Dusty would take a nip at Boots or just push his way I front, whilst Oliver sat on top and tried his best to gain some control. Rose took her place up front with Dean, our guide, on Bullseye. Pacos and I slotted in wherever there was a gap. We rode up into higher meadows amongst pine trees and across meadows of ...
... took photos and video and then our time was up. We all agreed to take the lunch rideout the next day with Charles on Rosie, Abi on Boots and Oliver on Fudge. I will try another horse, possibly Rosie's mum.
We had a short break to book activities for the next day and go back to our cabin to wash and get a drink before Chuck collected us for fly fishing.
Chuck drove us out to the lake to teach us how to ...
... were tough enough to stay in the hogan.
Today was another relatively short drive to Greer, AZ to Hidden Meadow Ranch. We managed to negotiate the road today with nothing exciting to report except a detour with a detour. They closed an exit off I-40 so we had to go the wrong direction for 3 miles to take the next exit. And come back the other side only to find that closed to so we had to go a further 3 miles turn round and come back. Finally, after a 12 ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed