Throw back Thursday at Red Horse Mountain Ranch. This photo was taken in the mid 70s when Red Horse was Timber Ridge Ranch. Those school buses brought in 307 school lunch ladies for a big convention! Dorothy Davis was a cook for the cooks that...
The first day of fall came in with a spectacular sunrise
The smoke has finally cleared out which made for some spectacular views on the all-day ride yesterday.
"Of course I'm paddling back here"
Another good catch today! Shane caught a nice northern pike from Lake Coeur d'Alene.
You find some of the best views looking between the ears of a horse.
It maybe be "the dusty trail" but I do have to say it makes a great photo. Here we have Kids Program Wrangler Sarah B, after Monday morning's running of the herd out of weekend pasture here Red Horse Mountain Guest Ranch.
Another great morning on Lake Coeur d'Alene. Nice catch Alicia!
"You vs Me." says our 60 foot climbing wall. "Go!"
It was a foggy morning this morning at Red Horse Mountain
Recipe. 2 great parent, 2 amazing boys, 1 lake, a boat, and a willing 29 inch pike. What you get is to some a fishing trip, to us, an absolutely perfect moment.
Did you know Red Horse Mountain Ranch has an awesome archery range? It is one of our most popular activities here at the ranch. It winds through the woods and challenges even the best archers, but can be catered to be completely suitable for beginners...
The "Sweet Six" enjoying the campfire on a refreshing early June evening. Thank you Mary, Dale, Tammy, Bob, Bibi and Reggie for sharing your time with us! If you are a previous guest, we love to see your photos!
These kids are having WAY too much fun with Poco! Yes - horse painting is one of our activities here at Red Horse Mountain Ranch for the kiddos. Just ask one of the many kids' program horses!
If you dislike being "touristy" on your summer vacation, becoming a "local" will help you have more fun with familiar faces and create lasting memories summer after summer.
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