I think the best way to tell you about this place is through pictures! So let's dive in!
|We drove out into the middle of nowhere, and came upon this |
gate with a keypad -- Welcome to the Ranch! We entered the code that
Liz supplied and pulled onto the 500 acre property. We arrived around 10:00 pm.
|The first thing we saw when we pulled in -- the donkeys and the llamas!! |
What a wonderful greeting! Perfect.
|This was the entrance to our room, from the side patio...it was so pretty with the |
twinkle lights! There was also a huge fountain that sounded wonderful!
|On the wall opposite the bed was an intricate display of decorative tins...|
all shapes and sizes, and from Liz's mother's collection.
|This was one of the most "interesting" piece in the room! And there were two of them!|
|The door that exited onto the patio|
|The thought the wood floor was so pretty and different! I had never seen anything like it.|
|This was Zed! He was huge and very, very hairy! And he really wanted all the |
love so he jumped all over us! I loved his little ponytail on top of his head!
|This was the gorgeous breakfast that Liz made for us! A spinach and cheese omelet |
with crispy bacon. We were able to eat in her kitchen, and chat with her while we ate.
|This was CeCe -- she was soooo fluffy! And very spunky. Liz also runs a dog |
kennel, and CeCe was one of her boarders.
|This was the friendliest donkey...the others were pretty guarded. |
This one liked the carrots we brought and wanted lots of petting from me!
|Since the donkeys were more guarded, we stayed with the fence between us...|
but I loved this moment with this sweet one...
|These were her goats! They were in rut (heat) so they were quite loud -- |
the male goats broke down a fence to get to the girls!
|This was the view of the house from tank...|
|The area where the goats and the guinea/chickens lived|
|The view of the house from the front gate|