Choosing A Place

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How to Choose a Place

Choosing your reunion place can be easy for some but rather complicated for others. Share your experiences; particularly those that you think would be of interest or helpful to others who are organizing reunions. E-mail us.

Colorado Trails Ranch

One thing that hasn’t changed over time is the fact that there’s a heap of work to be done every day on a ranch--except you’re...
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Flying E Ranch

Rex and Flora Long have traveled from their home in West Hills, California, to the Flying E Ranch in Wickenburg, Arizona, for the past ten...
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Rich Ranch

Since the capacity is 25, Montana’s Rich Ranch sees reunion groups typically booking the entire homestead. Imagine having your very own spread from which to...
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Different kind of ranch reunion

Tagus Ranch, in central California between Tulare and Visalia, was an agriculture icon where, at one time, 7,000 acres of boysenberries, blackberries, peaches and cotton...
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Ranch is reunion scene

About 300 relatives from across Arizona and California followed two large signs to the ranch. Ernie and Adrian Ramirez demolished an old house and cleaned...
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