Saying goodbye to y'all but don't worry! There's still a few weeks of the season left
As far as last weeks go, this one was pretty darn good. Our new puppy, Moose that we got last weekend, has impressed me and we are stoked to have him around the ranch. It’s a healthy upbringing for him to experience the guests, horses and all our other dogs and goats and chickens.
A two week blog! I’m sorry if you were looking for the one last week, it fell to the way side as I prepare to head home earlier than expected this season as my mother isn’t well and I’m gonna go take care of her down south for a while!
Margaritas and Puppies
How wild is it that it’s August 1stalready? Insane. Pretty soon it’ll be September and we’re that much closer to closing day. This summer has flown by for us; always ready and looking towards the next week of guests while living in the moment and basking in the individuality that each week brings us!
Comet Streaming Across the Sky at Pack Camp
What a week! Sun and rain and so much laughter. The Perry and Surritt families were back this week making up a little less than half the guests and they know how to have fun on the trails and in the saloon!
Roping Before & After Diner!
We were prepping for this week at 16 guests and by Saturday afternoon had 22! Sometimes it works out that way and sometimes we’re capped out for the week ahead of time. It’s always interesting what weeks draw people and which ones seem to be more open.
Old Friends and New Stories
Last week was a quieter week and that’s all right! Everyone enjoyed themselves and made the best out of their vacation. Sometimes vacations leave us all tired and sometimes they leave us well rested, this was one of those weeks.
Despite social distancing we know how to have fun!
Every week here is special, sometimes they're full of memories from past guests and other times the week is filled with brand new faces eager to hit the trail or learn to dance.
June of 2020 is off to a great start at the Black Mtn Dude Ranch
This week featured nearly all returners, which is fantastic for story time and catching up. The weather was beautiful and the margaritas were cold at pack camp, a week with no complaints from anyone involved. Every year BMR works with Vail Veterans to host veterans and their families, last year we had four vet families and this week we had one family stay with us.