Springtime for Covered Wagon Ranch

May 19th, 2014 by coveredwagonranch

Well it’s that time of year again! The snow is melting, the mud is back, and our crew is starting to arrive. We are officially gearing up for the 2014 Covered Wagon Ranch season.  Your wranglers, both new and returning, are here and putting some of the first rides of the season on a few of our horses. Our new head chef and chef, Nate and Rob, are in the kitchen and cooking delicious meals for all of us (and chocolate chip cookies!) The Lodge is open, the gift store is being stocked, and we can’t wait for all of you, our new and returning guests, to start to arrive.

our wranglers working on the corrals

our wranglers working on the corrals

It is spring in Montana, so the elk are on the move and all sorts of wildlife are coming down to lower ground. This morning we saw a big beautiful mamma black bear with triplet cubs move through the ranch! And of course our own mammas are doing wonderfully. Big Nose Kate, her colt Blake, Rita and her filly Miranda are all enjoying having the run of the ranch. The babies are adorable and love romping around just as much as they love napping in the sun.

hanging out on a lazy monday

hanging out on a lazy monday

Just to give everyone a little bit of information about me, I’m Eryn and I’ll be your office administrative assistant as well as general ranch hand. I was working at Covered Wagon two summers ago as a server and housekeeper, so many of you might recognize me (I don’t think I look that different!) I’m originally from Buffalo, New York but have spent the past year in Buffalo, Wyoming taking care of horses and falling in love with the west. This area of Montana is my absolute favorite place to be, and I am so happy to be back! I can’t wait to see everyone I knew and missed last season and meet all of you first timers as well.

Well I think that’s it for us here! We are all busy and working to make your stay at Covered Wagon as amazing as it can possibly be. We’ll keep you updated, and keep counting down those days to summer!

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