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  • Aug 26 / 2014
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Choose Your Adventure Horseback Ride in Yellowstone
Horses, Travel

What to Expect When Horseback Riding Through Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is a highly acclaimed national park that spans over two million acres and offers an exquisite nine hundred miles of hiking trails for visitors. The trails are located in the remote areas of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho and can be accessed by foot or horse.

The best way to experience the trails and features of Yellowstone National Park is through horseback riding.

You can learn how to ride a horse with ease no matter what your experience level with horseback riding. In fact, ninety percent of tourists are able to ride a horse to enjoy the best of what Yellowstone has to offer.

There are different ranches along the reaches of this park to present different views and amenities to tourist. While one ranch may offer scenic views into the heartland of the park others may allow you to see a variety of animals like elk, moose, bear, deer, and even wolves.

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  • Aug 14 / 2014
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Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in a Barn
Food, Travel

What It’s Like Staying At a Bed, Breakfast & Barn

Are you someone that loves being out on the farm and being completely absorbed in the moment by nature and what she offers? There are many places in the United States that feature vast amounts of mountains, valley, plain, prairies, deserts, and farms of all types and sizes. You can visit a bed, breakfast, and barn resort to truly experience what it would be like to live on a farm for a night. A bed, breakfast, and barn is very similar to the normal bed and breakfast in that they seek to provide the utmost comfort to each guest while entertaining them with the culture, local history, and enthralling events occurring in the town or city. These unique resorts often house animals like horses that can be ridden throughout the countryside to view all an area has to offer.

Bed, breakfast, and barns may offer a room to stay in, fine dining, and the cost of a horse ride all-in-one affordable price.

Bed and Breakfast on a farm

Breakfast is served.

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  • Jul 22 / 2014
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How to Travel with Your Horse
Horses, Travel

Tips For Properly Traveling With Horses

Horses are animals that are sensitive to their surroundings and can easily become flustered and confused when not handled properly.

Many horses become accustomed to traveling at a young age so it is not too hard to load them into a horse trailer to take long trips. However, some horses do not like the idea of traveling and will shy away from being loaded into a small trailer.

The best way to guarantee a smooth trip when traveling with a horse is to prepare in advance to get the horse used to being loaded in the carrier.

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  • Jul 20 / 2014
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Deals for Yellowstone Horseback Riding
Horses, Travel

Best Deals For Horseback Riding and Hiking Through Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is located in the heartland of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho and offers miles of mountains, trails, and scenic escapes to be enjoyed by all. This national park stretches over two million acres and offers nine hundred miles of trails that can be accessed by foot, bike, or on horseback.

Whatever mode of transportation you prefer, you can see and experience the exotic adventures of this prolific national park any time of the year.

Horses Yellowstone

Day and night, throughout the four seasons, one of the best ways to see Yellowstone is from the saddle of a horse.

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  • Jul 18 / 2014
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Bed and Breakfast
Food, Travel

Why You Should Stay At a Bed and Breakfast

A bed and breakfast is a perfect place to stay whether you are out traveling alone, with friends and family, or on a romantic adventure with your partner.

The elegance, personal service, and modest price are but a few of the many benefits of staying at a quaint bed and breakfast. You can find a bed and breakfast tucked away in any town, city, or close to any scenic area that attracts tourists.

Generally, a bed and breakfast will be slightly cheaper than any major hotel chain and will provide more value than a regular hotel which can make your stay seem out of this world.

Caffeine in the Morning

Specialty grade organic coffee is just one of the delight you can find at some the bed and breakfasts scattered throughout the world.

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  • Sep 15 / 2014
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Ayahuasca hippie party on public lands in USA
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Underground Ayahuasca Retreats in the USA on Public Land — Yellowstone

Rumor mills in small towns are always obsessed with curious topics, many untrue, like the oft-told ‘urban legends’ of the more well-known city culture.

One thing the two social phenomena have in common, they tend to focus on and expand the trivial or make enormous the day-to-day. Moreover, both urban legends and small town myth making spreads best when it triggers primal emotions such as fear or otherwise pushes the edges of your existential boundaries.

The latest scuttlebutt coming from a few of the smaller towns on the outskirts of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park appear to be the new age.

Characteristics of stories making the rounds are as expected.

They include the standard, or better described as stereotypical new age accoutrements, the following illuminates the idea:

  • Crystals
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Free hugs
  • Dreadlocks
  • Auras
  • Drums
  • Beads

The above descriptors are a basic laundry list that is to be expected from those associated with the new age. What’s new, or new to the residence of the small town gossip party is a psychedelic tea called ayahuasca.

It is said, though no real proof has surfaced, that there have been organized ayahuasca retreats and ceremonies taking place in the USA on public lands, mainly–according to those in the know–the ceremonies convene in National Parks.

After scouring many of the more popular ayahuasca retreats websites, an example here, no concrete proof has emerged.

The gossip mongers who shared this rumor with Beds With a View were hoping that somehow, using our journalistic savvy (which we did via an exhaustive online search), we’d find an organization or flyer for something like a deep forest spirit fest fueled by the exotic South American magic brew ayahuasca.

Unfortunately our rumor eradicators have come up empty-handed. We’ve got nothing to report back to the rumor mongers at Aunt Cathy’s small town diner. The only thing we’re left to do is educate because we learned a lot during our ayahuasca retreat foray.

For instance, ayahuasca is a sort of tea that must be boiled for hours to properly prepare a balanced mix of the ayahuasca vine and the Psychotria viridis plant.

Yup we learned a bit of botany in on our ayahuasca quest.

Some ayahuasca tea recipes include mimosa hostilis in their preparation. Traditionally any common Jack or Joe couldn’t just round up the ayahuasca ingredients and brew themselves some spiritual enlightenment. No Nelly, this ain’t true.

According to what we understand after reading a few different accounts—though we are still quite confused about how the whole thing works—most ayahuasca brews only work when there is a trained shaman around to sing icaros, sacred songs, during a night long ritualistic ceremony whose intent is to invite what is called Mother Ayahuasca.

Most of the writings on this claim some sort of female spirit comes to the ceremony to heal the ayahuasca tea drinkers. True or not, this is some damn good rumor fertilizer.

Anyhow, if we can rustle up the true source of these so called ayahuasca retreats taking place in the forest, one of our daring correspondents wants to sneak out there and have a looksie to see exactly what kind of ruckus these new agers are up to now. Calling spirits right here on US soil. That’d be a sight to behold. But, because of the underground nature of these hippie ceremonies, it seems—if they are really happening—Beds With a View doesn’t know the right people to be privy their occurrence.

Maybe the intuitive nature of old Jack’s trusty horse, Redly, can guide our own curious small town soul to a secret ceremony amongst a hidden grove in Yellowstone, or an overhanging rock outcrop sequestered in an untold nook of the Grand Tetons.

Just knowing there may be some kind of ayahuasca juju spirit lurking out on the trails shall cause us all to to remain extra alert when out hiking alone.

Let it be known: Ayahuasca — we’re coming for you.

Yellowstone Ayahuasca Ceremony Beds With a View

Could Ayahuasca Ceremonies be taking place near this waterfall in Yellowstone?

  • Jul 15 / 2014
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Yellowstone Horses

Stay tuned and keep an eye on them cattle. We are back in the saddle and ready to get this horse galloping again. Finest horse ride and most romantic B&B near Yellowstone. Yippeeee.

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