Here at the CWR, things are winding down. Moving horses to winter pasture, shutting down cabins, filing end-of-year paperwork, and a million other chores fill our days, while we try to stay warm.
The few guests willing to brave Montana’s first snows are a welcome distraction from the closing “to-do” list. If you are one of those brave souls, you certainly get a worth-while reward: lower numbers, lower rates, and elegant vistas of snow-powdered mountain slopes. Plus the horses are getting adorably fluffy.
We’ll be sad to say goodbye to all the new friends we made, both human and equine, but we’ll always have our memories of this summer. So so long, Dudes! We’ll see you next year!
Really nice article, thanks for sharing such information. I went on dude ranch vacation Before a couple of years with my family. That was really great experience and beautiful memories. Wide range of activities was there we enjoyed horseback riding, rafting, swimming pool plays, fly fishing, cattle work and many more. The food was awesome and accommodation was also great.