Articles Tagged 'Working Ranch Vacation'

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The English Cowgirl Visits the 63 Ranch in Montana

Ceri Howard, author of The English Cowgirl, fulfills her lifelong dream of visiting an authentic dude ranch with a vacation at 63 Ranch in Montana.  I’ve always dreamed of Montana. I can’t say with any certainty how or why it came about, especially since many people in Britain h...

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Rowse’s 1+1 Ranch Working Ranch Vacations

We put a lot of work into our horses to ensure your authentic western cowboy vacation and horse back riding holiday are as pleasurable as possible. ––Rowse’s 1+1 Ranch by Jocelyn Pierce Rowse's 1+1 Ranch, located in Burwell, Nebraska is on 7,000 acres in the heart of the ...

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McGarry Ranches, LLC- Idaho Working Ranch Vacations

People come from all over the world to live the life of the American Cowboy. This is a great place for quality time with anyone that is special to you.––McGarry Ranches, LLC by Jocelyn Pierce Theron McGarry oversees the daily cattle operations at McGarry Ranches, LLC, a fourth gene...

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Klondike Ranch- Wyoming Working Ranch Vacations

 If you like trail riding, you will love riding for a purpose.- Klondike Ranch Klondike Ranch runs 650 cow-calf pairs in the Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming and is close to many historical sites of the frontier era. Guests can reserve their minimum one-week stay between June 1st and Octob...

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Doublerafter Cattle Drives Working Ranch Vacations

“We are a one-of-a-kind cattle drive. We don't have guest cabins or other dude luxuries. We move our camp with the herd, sleep in tents, cook over the hot coals, and we do not ride nose to tail”–– Doublerafter Cattle Drives by Jocelyn Pierce Doublerafter Cattle...

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Working Ranch Vacations: What to Expect

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a real cowboy or cowgirl? Consider taking a working ranch vacation.  by Jocelyn Pierce Learn about what modern day cowboys face on a daily basis by taking a working ranch vacation. Long days of hard work in scenic countryside will expose travelers to...

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Horse Riding Apache Country at Double E Ranch

I rode a Mexican Mustang named Pancho through areas that would have felt downright claustrophobic during the days of Apache reign. by Darley Newman, originally published in her column in True West magazine While astride Pancho in southwestern New Mexico beside the Gila National Forest, hi...

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Meet Your Host- Double E Ranch

Ever wanted to leave the corporate world for a life in the great outdoors, perhaps on your very own ranch? Meet Debbie and Alan Eggleston who are living the dream on a working cattle ranch boardering the Gila National Forest in Southwest New Mexico. Debbie used to have an office job as a fo...

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My Introduction to Cattle Branding

For my summer vacation away from college, I'm working as a wrangler at The Home Ranch in Colorado. Read about my experience as a first-time calf brander! by Molly Murphy My Western education at The Home Ranch started almost immediately after I arrived for work on Friday afternoon. A CPR/Fi...

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Meet Your Host - Double Rafter Cattle Drives

“Compared to us, City Slickers is a pony ride." -- Dana Kerns. Arriving by covered wagon from Missouri in 1887, the Kerns family has a long tradition of raising cattle in Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains.  Dana and Alice Kerns, who own and run Doublerafter Cattle Drives, share ...