Co-owner of Bull Hill Guest Ranch with his brother Don, Pete Guglielmino comes from a long line of cattle ranchers—his great-grandfather founded the ranch in 1903. Pete certainly looks the part. Beneath a wide-brimmed cowboy hat, his brown eyes narrow to a squint over a push-broom mustache. And he plays the part on the 50,000-acre ranch, where he and his guests saddle up daily to wrangle cattle. A 2-mile long gravel path wends up the mountainside to Bull Hill Guest Ranch, deep in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies. At the ranch, cowhands will help you to choose a steed to ride along the pine-fringed trails. The ranch keeps more than 70 breeds, ranging from sturdy quarter horses to lithe Arabians. After getting in touch with your inner John Wayne, you can hitch your horse near the ranch's spring-fed Ansaldo Lake. Although the ranch doesn't supply fishing tackle, you can use one of the ranch's rowboats as bait for whales or as a boat to fish for rainbow trout. Other activities run the gamut from trap shooting to wine tasting. Come sundown, campfire sites inspire late-night cookouts and ghost stories, and the onsite Cookhouse serves up home-cooked vittles. Back at the two-story ranch cabins, which bear names such as Rawhide and Ponderosa, the Wild West motif is more apparent than ever. Wood-burning stoves crackle amid natural wood walls and handmade log beds.
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With 50 competitors vying for $3,000 in prizes, the Battle Of The Homebrews rewards only the best amateur beers of the pack. A people's choice event, visitors get the chance to taste samples and vote for their favorite of the competition's concoctions. From the pack, the top 10 winners get cash prizes and the beer with the most votes earns the chance to be brewed in a large batch by professional brewers. The event comes to the masses with help from The Spokane Eastside Reunion Association, an organization whose mission is to bring local communities together to inspire residents and improve local neighborhoods.
Levi Knight, a veteran of the United States Army, is the man you'll likely meet while visiting Two Knights Home Brew. With a decade of brewing and wine-making experience behind him, the personable Knight finds it easy to explain the ins and outs of home brewing to students of all experience levels or to confused yeast molecules unsure if they're doing their job correctly. He's even helped foster many of the area's breweries by supporting their founders as they get their start. Students can sign up for an evening class to sip and learn, or stop by to browse the shop's inventory of brewing merchandise.
Spa Zenaida has a distinctly Mediterranean feel. The treatment rooms sport themes such as "Seaside Retreat" and "Sunset," where guests recline and relax before skin experts treat their faces, hands, and backs with L'Occitane products and expert techniques.
Inside a cozy yellow house, Kari Turnbough keeps her grandmother's memory alive with hearty country cooking that's always homemade. She serves breakfast all day long, but she's especially famous for her Best Breakfast In Town?crispy hash browns topped with sausage gravy, an omelet, and hollandaise. Other favorites include her homemade pecan buns and pancakes dotted with baked apples.