1. BigWyomingLand.com Present Laramie River Ranch Small Town Living


    from Bubba Bump Added 21 0 0

    Laramie River Ranch offers the best of Wyoming. Whether youre looking for recreation, culture, adventure or relaxation, you'll find that Laramie River Ranch is a great investment in your future. Though we cannot speculate on the future value of your ranch, land ownership has over time, been one of the soundest investments one can make. We are excited to offer you the opportunity to be an owner of a 35 to 70 acre homestead within the Laramie River Ranch. The ranch is located approximately 60 minutes North of Laramie, nestled between the Wheatland Reservoirs and the Laramie River. Laramie River Ranch is a timeless treasure but the opportunity to own is not. Call us to set up your personal tour. We'll see you on the ranch! Visit: http://bigwyomingland.com/ or call 888-577-5263!

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    • Colorado Dude Ranches


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      JustSayGoTV visits dude ranches in Colorado.

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      • Ken Fosha Drowsy Water Ranch


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        Ken Fosha, the owner of Drowsy Water Ranch in Granby, Colorado, talks about great family vacations at Colorado Dude Ranches.

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        • Turpin Meadow - Then and Now


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          Two women from different generations and backgrounds brought together by their love of Turpin Meadow Ranch, one of the oldest continually-operating dude ranches in the West. Elaine Luton owned the guest ranch from 1969 to 1993 and Nancy Johnstone purchased the ranch with her husband, Hans, in 2012. The Johnstones plan to open this winter. The film captures the women's much anticipated first meeting. You feel like you are sitting with them as they get to know one another - asking questions and sharing stories. You get a sense of the dedication, hard work and love required to operate a guest ranch. It is also very clear that a sense of humor helps. We received funding for this short film through a C3 "Storytelling Grant" though the Center of Wonder and a Lola Homsher Grant from the Wyoming State Historical Society. This film premiered as part of a Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum "Voices of the Valley" presentation at the Teton County Library on December 5, 2013.

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