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Many an young woman afflicted with “horse lovers disease” would LOVE to have Jamie’s job as the Ranch Manager for Dunrovin Ranch. Never are two days the same, and one must always be prepared for whatever weather comes rolling in from the mountains. November 10, 2014 provided to be the...Read More »
When we hung a couple of bird feeders from the osprey nest perch so that they would be within good close up viewing of our web camera, we were not sure what to expect. Well the close-up action has exceeded our expectations as more and more interesting birds have found the...Read More »
When the stage is your life, is there any better holiday than Halloween? Not according to Miss Gertie. Parties, costumes, friends and treats – that’s her bag if anything is!
Miss Maude is a little more hesitant. Oh yes, she likes the festive atmosphere too, but skeleton horses? Devilish riders? It...Read More »
My husband’s late October business meeting in Anchorage had all the hallmarks of an opportunity to sneak into Alaska to see old friends and revisit old haunts without risking falling in love all over again. October is, after all, one of Alaska’s least charming months. If April is “break up”...Read More »
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Dunrovin Ranch LOVES Halloween! Ranch owner, SuzAnne Miller, grew up in Butte, Montana where Halloween is an excuse for total madness in a community that is mad about celebrating just about anything. Her childhood memories are full of trick or treating all over town where many neighborhoods set up barrels with warming fires...Read More »