Friday, February 25, 2011
Look At This Coolness!
I know you're saying to yourself, "Self, I really like the High Country Rendezvous window decal. How on earth can we get us one?"
I'd tell you you could contact Megan at BuildASign, who is phenomenal to work with and design a cool window cling, window decal, or bumper sticker of your own. Megan contacted me about doing a review of their products and I have to say, I'm impressed. She's easy to work with and has some good ideas. In fact, the window decals were her idea. I had wanted to do window clings, but she was afraid the picture wouldn't show through tinted windows. So, instead of just sending me the clings, she also sent me window decals. I'm extremely pleased with how they turned out. Mom and Bill have one of the window clings up in the window of their office, and I've got one of the decals up on Ripley.
And you'd say, "Self, Megan sounds awfully wonderful, and so does BuildASign. GunDiva says she is and she really likes the products. But I really want one of those HCR window decals. How do we get one of those for our ownself?"
And I'd have to tell you, the only way to get one of these coveted HCR window decals is to register for this year's High Country Rendezvous at Allenspark Lodge B&B.
We've extended HCR this year by an extra day, as we didn't have nearly enough time together last year. We went on an amazing ride, attended a mini-clinic put on by a local equine chiropractor, and had an adventure with a flat tire.
This year, we're adding a "play day" with the horses, where we can play some fun horsemanship games that most of us haven't done since we were kids. The extra day also allows us to plan a trip into Estes Park to see the elk and do more riding.
The cost of HCR includes a room at the beautiful Allenspark Lodge B&B, any clinics we arrange, and meals at the Lodge. Horses will be provided by Compass at the Allenspark Livery, and will be an additional charge (but she's cutting us a good deal).
Due to the fact that the Lodge is at 8,700 feet in elevation, unless you own horses who live and work at that elevation, we cannot accomodate personal horses. It takes too long for them to acclimate to the altitude.