Rainbow'S End Resort
Travel Blogs from Lakeside
... as it gets pretty cold here after dark.
My soundtrack for today is some lazy dub (Hollie Cook) and Paul Simon (Graceland). After driving for several more hours, I decide to stop in Snowflake, Arizona, for the night because it's starting to get dark and I'm also developing a healthy appetite. It's high up on the plains of Navajo County, and I stumble across the Heritage Inn, a Victorian pioneer home built in 1890, which turns out to be rather quaint. ...
We found the ranch sign and followed a gravel track 6.5miles into a pine forest to find the entrance gate. We were not disappointed with what we saw. A small very private and remote ranch with many horses but few guests. The receptionist came out to greet us and show us into the welcome cabin to check in. After signing a waiver for just about everything we were given our keys and told to follow Nancy on Smoky the horse who would show us to ...
Altogether we rode 211 miles and found our accommodation the KC Motel. This was really great value very clean $53 with a continental breakfast.
We were checking in when some guys on Harley Davidson bikes arrived, saw our Australia stickers and invited us to join them at the Veterans from Foreign Wars for a few drinks.
... to do??? Aha yes I remember I
drove past the Petrified Forrest a couple of kilometres back, I’ll go and have
What can I say, it was superb, I have
never seen anything like it in my life, these trees have actually dried out so
much that they are now rocks! In the most magnificent colours you can imagine,
there is a museum at the start of the national park and it tells the story of
the forest drying up and what becomes of ...
... Leah, little mama, is doing great and was standing in line to get this kid born.
All are well and taking nourishment.
Bud and Shannon, way to go!
Sophia Rose perform for all!
Leah and Ryan, Great Job!!!!
Mark and Liz! way to go!
Fred and Mimi