The Palouse area is one of the hidden golden nuggets of the west. Idaho is so beautiful! Lifewater Ranch is in a deep forest, a little different than this movie shows but the sites here are not far away and the peace is…. MARVELOUS!
Our renter/caretaker, Mickey Kindred, mills our trees with a small mill and sells them to those wanting it. Ryan Henry is a good friend of Mickey’s and bought lots of milled wood from Mickey and built his home with it. These pictures are of that home.
Lifewater Ranch offers good times any time of year. During the holidays, local communities offer a host of activities and events. Here are pix from the recent Light Parade hosted by the Kamiah Chamber of Commerce.
This year our old liner gave up the ghost and will simply not last another year. My helpers, James and Jason took out the old one and we will be prepping it for a new one this year. See our Patreon site if you would like to assist us in the costs of this replacement. A new liner runs about $5000.
Having learned a lot from the time with the old one, I anticipate a new one will not only look absolutely cool but should last nearly 20 years!
We are proceeding in faith with confidence that God will provide.
Jason uses our swing for a good workout
Our 50′ swing has three different seats. One for little tykes (seats two at once or one larger toddler. One for normal swingers which is just a flat seat. And one for workout nuts like Jason that lets you do pullups in style.
I love the flexibility we have here!
Again, I’ve been busy but I wanted to update you on our latest activities. Enjoy! BTW Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Years 2018 are still open for you to use for a lifetime memory with your family. Check us out and see if Lifewater Ranch is for you this coming holiday
Jason Taylor helps make Lifewater Ranch better
A week ago Jason just arrived via Lewiston Airport from Texas to spend an extended stay at Lifewater Ranch as a wwoofer. However he does not come from the usual woofusa.org organization but from having known Ben Greenfield.
He found Lifewater Ranch to be a great place to do a deep cellular level detox which takes 90 days to complete.
He found us to be the perfect place to get outdoors and sweat out his toxins while breathing clean air, drinking clean water, and eating clean food as well as soaking his spirit in the natural beauty that is Lifewater Ranch.
So far Jason has been a star helper at the ranch and has done a bunch of stuff here to make this place better. He began work on a new trail, which naturally will be named after him, and hopefully, this winter, Jason will also contribute to enlarge our disc golf course. Last Saturday we processed 270 chickens for Micky Kindred who runs farm activities at Lifewater Ranch. Mickey’s farm activities help him pay rent here which in turn helps me meet my financial obligations and keeps this place running.
I just wanted to thank these people and our Heavenly Father for all they do and for His sustaining provision for this endeavor.