March 29, 2010

Triangle Ranch, 106 Years in the Making

P-Tn06506-D2893_6in.jpgHello to old friends and friends to come.  2010 marks our 14th year of hosting folks from around the world. Kenny and I call ourselves "armchair travelers" because we are blessed to see the world through your eyes, yet never leaving our little corner of "heaven" here in South Dakota - Thank you.

 

Travelers from all of our 50 states and the Canadian provinces, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Czekoslavakia, Russia, Austria, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, France, Italy, Milan, Oman, Namibia, South Africa, India, New Zealand, Australia and Japan have partaken of Triangle Ranch's historic hospitality.  We are blessed.

 

Lyndy's Great-Grandparents, Grandparents, father and mother pioneered the way for her, eldest of 3 little cowgirls, and her sisters to be raised here on the ranch as the fourth generation.  Then Kenny (rancher's son and rodeo cowboy) became the son-in-law to help carry on the fifth and sixth generations.

 

Every morning we wake to the sun rising, gold and rose, over the Bad River breaks.  We see wild deer and turkey grazing along with our angus cattle and chestnut geldings. Grocery shopping and outside entertainment is 25 miles away but it doesn't matter. Our world is 360 degrees of sky and peaceful prairie.

 

We invite you to visit for awhile in my great-grandparents' historic Sears & Roebuck home, carriage house, or the log house Lyndy grew up in. After enjoying your warm and gracious lodging see the ranch, nearby Badlands and prairie wildlife.  You will travel on, blessed with a fresh perspective and a "full tummy".  Welcome. 

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