Some of our weeks are spent here at the headquarters. Everyone in their own cabin, hot showers and sit down meals in the cookhouse. Pack trips, Pathfinder Ride, Posse Week and some cattle weeks are all spent in tent camps. Range Teepees and dome tents, bedrolls, no showers and meals are eaten on our laps.
Our cabins are nestled in the pines and just steps away from the cook house, showers and corrals. Each has a twin and a double bed, gas heat, solar light and a deck with a couple chairs for relaxing as the sun goes down. They are clean, warm and cozy, everyone loves them
The Bunkhouse has two sets of bunk beds, gas heat and gas lights with a deck over looking the valley. It's a bit roomier than a cabin and perfect for three or four folks.
The shower house has just been renovated and is really, really nice! There is a cowboy side and a cowgirl side each with two sinks and a shower with plenty of hot water!
Yes, we only have an outhouse but I promise you it is the nicest you have ever been in. It too was just renovated.
We also have a Big Cabin, for just $50.00 more per person, per night. It has two bedrooms, full kitchen and bath, living room with wood stove and a deck that over looks the hay field and horse pastures. The Big Cabin can be rented year round for $250.00 per night with a two night minimum. You bring your own food and do your own cooking. This price does NOT include riding.
Meals are served up in the cook house which is just steps away from all the cabins. It's a very cool building. All our meals are simple and hearty and there is always plenty.
Breakfast is a big one, then we each make our own lunch from a spread and pack it with us. (We often don't stop for a picnic but just eat on the go.) Dinner is stews, roasts, BBQ and such. Of course a few New Mexican meals also. (You will learn not to be scared of green chili.)
All our beef and eggs and many veggies are home grown and most of our other meats are local. We like to eat and eat well! When we are out in camp and away from the headquarters, we have a chuck trailer with us and eat well there too.
Our horses make our world go around and we have some great ones. Many of our horses were born here on the ranch and have never been off it, they're family. They know their jobs and do it well. They work cattle.
Solid sure footed partners for getting a days work done. They ride with a soft mouth, work lightly off your leg (if you don't know what that means maybe take some lesson before getting here) and they know what a long day is. They all are a pleasure to be around. They don't like riding nose to tail and we don't either.