I do remember the early mornings walking up that same path to make the coffee and set up for the morning. The best part was the "quiet" sounds. the walking on the path and hearing the boards benieth my feet and seeing all the work and care that was put into the path. Hearing the world waking up.
Renewing our marriage vows in the Enchanted Forest
Working on the ranch was always a good memory with Roger. Going through Psi 7 with Ron wilhihite. Having meals in the casa.
Pole with Mr Rob Rohe and Zip line with Mr Cary Grant
Brownie peanut butter sandwiches with Mr Sean Nealy and Ms Toni Ampb
Life lessons about rescuing.......thank you Rob Rohe and Kathy Quinlan-Perez. I hear your voices and your wisdom in my heart every day. ❤️
Since Tasha already shared, here’s a different memory. Sunrise on the ranch on day two of MLS C-94. When I showed this photo to my wife, she said, “I want that!” What I didn’t tell her at the time was that she would have to hike up the mountain to see this view.
Graduation after an amazing week
When we got to High Valley, someone popped into the bus and asked for a volunteer to do a headcount. I was in the very front row, so I said I would. I came back and reported 51 people. He said, no that's not right. Count again. Which I did. 51 people. He said that's not right, count again. Now, I am a grown ass woman who thinks in numbers and I know I can damn well count to 51 or 52 or 1,999 accurately. So, wanting to participate and allow whatever is supposed to happen to happen, I swallowed all my irritation and counted again. 51. Then Gary says, that's right! There is one person who is still at the airport and didn't make the bus. Apparently he had just been told. What did I learn from that? Patience. Everything isn't always what it seems to be. And to trust myself, to believe in myself even though those in charge who should know what's up, sometimes don't.
Jennifer Petrie ❤️❤️❤️
Way too many to mention at this point. I feel my favorite is soon to be.😉
This is the place where I found myself and let him out to play.
It's not the pole that is shaking...
Seeing the wine cellar!
Quiet morning walks -- my favorite.
Each time I walk into the Lone Ranger just arriving on ranch to see who I'm staffing MLS with.
So many wonderful memories at The Ranch! The Wall at PSI 7. Doing MLS with my eldest son, Adam. Staffing my son Andrew’s PSI 7. Staffing MLS. Principias with both sons. And Next 10 with Elise Rathke this past year. The Ranch truly is a magical place for me.
On our way from SF to High Valley Ranch, people were taking the bus mic and sharing why they’re here. Being the promoter that I am, I got up and led the bus in “The Flintstones” theme song. Beyond that I loved the early morning walks listening to the tribal flute music.
The ranch is magical, always feel blessed when i return. Looking forward to march.
Standing on the pole and declaring and yelling “My name is Reno Be Remigio Jr!! And I’m a mutha fucking legend!”
Well I met someone there who was so different I would never ever even approach her. We sorta fell in love. Trippy huh.
Yes but it’s involving an event we are t supposed to talk about. Put me into higher vibrations - I was ecstatic and I don’t think I really knew the true meaning of that word until then - and the result was a miraculous healing. My stitched finger closed up in minutes and flexibility was returned and I was then allowed to do the pole. There were others but that stands out the most.