Author Archives: Teresa

Red Mountain Roundup, 8/17/2017

Red Mountain Roundup is a roundup of all of the things to do, places to stay, and other information to help you plan your visit to Red Mountain. This weather outlook is the stuff of dreams!    http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/l/99320:4:US Events, Places … Continue reading

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Axel, the “Informal Horse of the Week”

I keep meaning to do blog posts of our “horse of the week” where I give you a bunch of juicy details and endearing photos of one specific horse.  Currently, that’s 14 weeks’ worth of material.  I’m calling it the … Continue reading

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Tough Stuff

Doing the right thing sucks sometimes. Here’s to Nevada: When we first started our business we began scouring Craigslist and other online groups for suitable horses — older, quiet, calm.  We found an ad for a “free horse” in Roy, … Continue reading

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Legitimacy

I often feel uncomfortable when people say to or about me that I’ve built Red Mountain Trails, that in some sense I’m the queen bee, boss, or guru of the operation.  It doesn’t feel legitimate.   Is the business my … Continue reading

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Red Mountain Roundup, 4/20/2017

Red Mountain Roundup is a roundup of all of the things to do, places to stay, and other information to help you plan your visit to Red Mountain. Helloooooooooooo warmer weather!  http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/l/99320:4:US Events, Places to Visit This Weekend: (for events … Continue reading

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10 Things to do on Your Visit to Red Mountain

If you’re under the impression that Red Mountain lacks dimension or tourism diversity, I count that as a personal failure.  You must think we ride horses, play with chickens, and guzzle wine straight from the barrel.  That IS the majority of the … Continue reading

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Best Places to Read a Book on Red Mountain

I read the book “Red Mountain” by Boo Walker and it inspired me to write this post.  I loved reading the book and trying to figure out the people and locations that inspired his characters and settings.  (And yes, we’re … Continue reading

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The Bird, the Whole Bird, and Nothing but the Bird

You may be surprised to know that despite my schmoopy missives about how much I love our birds, we do actually raise some for meat.  (Is it weird that I love them almost as much roasted as I love them … Continue reading

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Hello? Spring? Is That You?

We have two small glacial remains in our backyard, the last remnants of Winter 2016/2017, aka “oh my god when will this white horror end?”  Tonight’s weather forecast predicts an inch of snow.   Nevertheless, we persisted.   25 fluffy … Continue reading

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Many Thanks

November marks the beginning of the end, it is the month when we begin to end the year.  We butcher the birds, harvest the last of the walnuts, cut down trees for the Christmas tree lot, and kick off the … Continue reading

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