Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Work Hard Play Hard

Howdy all,
     Today was another wonderful day in the Rockies.  The temperatures were in the lovely 80's and our RMPR students enjoyed their time out in the fresh mountain air.  Our students completed work projects in the barn and learned about how to set up long-term goals such as going to college or the military.  Time is certainly flying by.

Monday, July 21, 2014

A Great Start

Greetings folks,

For most of us, Mondays can be difficult as we return to work or school.  This is not the case for our young wranglers at Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch.  Today our students continued their usual activities of helping out around the ranch and doing engaging academics but they also had plenty of time for rest, relaxation and fun.  It looks like a great start to our final week at the ranch.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

All the Pretty Horses

Howdy Y'all,

Today, Sunday, our students took a day of leisure from their normal week day chores and enjoyed the beauty of the Rockies.  What better way to enjoy the Rockies than to explore them via horseback.  Our young cowboys and cowgirls got to ride with our beautiful, well-trained horses.  Our students are having loads of fun and they look forward to telling all of you about it.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

A Little Hike Through The Rockies...

Howdy Y'all,

After a fun night of square dancing, the kids were a bit tired so they got chance to get some extra sleep on their saturday. While some students slept in, other students had the opportunity to sattle up their horses and go riding. The majority of the day was spent on a hike through the rocky mountains where they experienced breathtaking views of the rocky mountain landscape and a great time with new friends.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Taking the Road less Travled

Hello parents and friends of Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch,

We've had another exciting day at the ranch.  Today's activities consisted of some fun work around the ranch.  It's tough to call taking care of crazy critters such as llamas and baby goats work, but we call it ranch work nonetheless.  After their ranch duties, our young wranglers then learned a bit more about taking care of horses and the mining history in Colorado.  Enjoy the pics from today and we'll see you tomorrow.