Reflecting on Winter

As we wind down our winter season, it is always time to reflect.
We had a very nice winter and want to thank all of our guests that joined us and made for a wonderful season. It is so nice to chat by the fire in our dining room at night. The plates that are so beautifully presented and taste so great – it’s hard to beat. Thank you to Clyde, Craig, James, JD, David, Anne and of Course, Shannon for the wonderful pastries and desserts.
We will be saying goodbye to Mike, Mark, Alec and Leslie ’til next winter. We are so proud of our ski guides. Their knowledge and skill makes our ski and snowshoe program one of a kind. It was a cold winter, but we had great snow all winter. Thank you, ski guides.
When you check in, you are greeted with a big smile – We thank Selina, Nikki and Laura for that. The folks at our front desk truly get your vacation started on the right foot.
Kelly and his new team of Percherons have been a lot of fun to watch. Kelly was also riding right up to the end of the season.
Many of our wait staff will be moving on to other parts of the country, but their service this winter was terrific. Hats off to Paul, Lindsey, Acadia, Nathalie and Caleb. We wish you all the best. Ski guide Andy will switch positions and will be heading up our dining room this summer. We look forward to having his skills. Meanwhile, Lindsey will be joining Kelly back down at the barn.
And a BIG thank you to all the people behind the scenes that keep the ranch going – Randy, Alex, Tiffany, Maggie, Kim, Hannah and Mark.

We’re now in the process of hiring our summer staff, and pretty son we’ll be riding. Myself, Ill be heading to Rhode Island for the Relais and Chateaux meeting, then to Mexico for few days on the beach. Then up to Cody, Wyoming for a Dude Ranchers’ Association Board meeting.

We’re lucky to be here, and we’re glad we can share this beautiful ranch with so many people. Thank you for coming, and we’re looking forward to seeing many of our friends this summer.
Johnny Fisher
Ranch Manager

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