This year during spring break we noticed that quite a few of our guests had something in common, besides coming and having a great time at Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, families were stopping at destinations of attraction on their way to the ranch. What a great idea! It is a way to make things more interesting […]
Spring has arrived! Green pastures, blossoms and baby animals. What more could you ask for? Spring brings new life to the ranch, mostly goats. 🙂 Next month we should be adding a foal to out ranch nursery list.
Last year we got some mini pigs from our good friends Sky & Debora Shivers. Now from time to time we make more piglets. These little guys and gals were born the first part of March. We think they are among some of the cutest baby animals, right up there with puppies. It always […]
Every year, sometime in January, the Dude Ranch Association holds a convention for all of us fellow dude ranchers. This year is was held in the Cody Wyoming, home of COLONEL WILLIAM F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody. So we packed up the family and took the 22 hour/1252 miles West to Cody. We […]
Febuary 11, 2012 – 6:00 p.m. Dinner, Cowboy Stories and Music! Cost: FREE You must call and reserve to attend. 800-480-9635 Cabins are available to rent. Awarded “1997 & 1999 Storyteller of the Year” – by the Academy of Western Artist Awarded “2006 Best Storyteller” – by the American Cowboy Culture Association A “Doctorate” in Cow Lot Psychology, a Masters in […]
This is the time of year when the guest ranch part of the ranch is closed and we start on projects. Right now the lodge is getting the walls and floors refinished and the little old shooting shack (which it is truly a little shack) is being torn down and a new one put in […]
What is going on? We were just in the mid 60’s and we blink for one second and what do we have? Snow! It seems a bit early to be getting snow. I wonder if this is a sign letting us know we are going to get more than usual this year. […]
One of our highlights of the year is when the LA Center for the Blind come to horseback ride & rock climb in the fall. Thanks Morgan for putting together this video of their experience.
The 2011 season is over for the most part (there is still one more chance to book a ranch vacation this year – the week of Thanksgiving!) and we decided a staff trail ride on the Buffalo National River would be fun.