Focus Ranch Fence Posts (Blog)

“Fence Posts” is the Focus Ranch “upstart” blog. It is meant to give you timely news and insights and hopefully there will be many contributors. Click the picture next to the article to read the full article and make a comment.

Signs of Spring

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Signs of Spring

One of the earliest signs of spring is the baring of ground on the south facing slopes and the appearance of Sharp-tailed grouse, also known as Tympanuchus phasianellus. I will stick with Sharp-tailed for ease of writing.

While looking out the windows at the back of our house this past week, we were able to see the grouse on the hillside. Because of how well they blend into their surroundings, the number we first spotted was around 4 and then it increased until we hit 11 or so.

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Fresh Air, Blue Sky and Miles of Nowhere…

Posted by on Feb 23, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Fresh Air, Blue Sky and Miles of Nowhere…

These are just some of the reasons you should start planning a visit to Focus Ranch. There are more and I will mention a few to those of you are plotting and planning a trip somewhere this spring, summer or fall. Most of our repeat guests book their stay a week to a couple of months in advance while first timers are more apt to reserve 4-6 months out. What does Focus Ranch offer you?

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Christmas Past and 2016 Future

Posted by on Jan 9, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Christmas Past and 2016 Future

Terry and I had the intentions of getting a smaller tree than in years past but misjudged. Terry and I were not sure we could get it in the door and when we did, not sure we could get it in the stand. Perseverance and the fear of failure spawned success. With the help of Mary (sister) who arrived early to decorate, Focus Ranch was transformed into a magical scene as in Christmases of yesteryears. The house was decorated in grand fashion for the annual family Christmas gathering.

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Annual Newsletter

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Annual Newsletter

The sights and sounds of spring are evident everywhere. The runoff has started which means there are ditches to tend to…this is a year where every drop counts. We are in much better shape than many areas surrounding us but are worried about how quickly the snow pack dwindled. Yet after days of gusty winds, we are now getting some moisture. Our annual newsletter will bring you up to date on outcomes of 2014 and what is in the works for 2015. Here is the link-just click and enjoy! Annual...

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