Do you want to get in touch with yourself, learn what you are made of? Maybe learn to work a little? Try the Dryhead. This place is amazing. Sitting on a good horse, around great people, on top of the Rocky Mtns. watching a herd of horses run toward the valley- it just doesn't get any better than that.
First and foremost, it is a family and for your time there, you are part of the family. Secondly, it is pretty close to being the real thing, eventhough you are vacationing. I grew up riding and chasing cows around back East. I've been in the corporate world for far too many years. My son, Quinton, and I went to the ranch mainly to get "out" and to ride. The ads for Dryhead said something to us that was different from others that we saw. Boy, am I glad we listened. This coming summer Quinton and I are going back to do it again, this time we are taking my artist cousin who has as long as I remember wanted to be a cowboy.
This place isn't a dude ranch, it's a working ranch. If you are spoiled and want to be pampered, go to the Bahamas. If you want to experience the West, a true piece of Americana, GO TO THE DRYHEAD.
Quinton, 13, and maybe easily bored, has talked about getting back out there ever since we got home. He and I agree, the Dryhead gave us the best vacation experience we have ever had. Besides that, we ate well and on time (different for us). Thanks to Jake, Tyler, Dylan and the whole crew, I watched my son grow up a bit. We came home a little wiser and closer than we went out. I'd call that "Priceless".
If Iris and her delightful family will put up with us, we may become regulars. I expect they will.
- Also Known As:
- Dryhead Ranch Wyoming/Lovell