Recent Examples of dude ranch from the Web
Anguilla doesn’t immediately scream dude ranch, but there is a horse culture on the island nurtured by Sea Side Stables.
So Hanson set out to create a sprawling neighborhood of luxury dude ranches, with minimum lots of one acre.
Lutz further predicts in Automotive News that, in the near future, the driving of individual vehicles will continue, but only as an elite pastime confined to country clubs and the equivalent of motorsport dude ranches.
Kim Milnes took her sons, Colin, 11, and Cooper, 8, out of school for five days in May to visit a Bigfork, Mont., dude ranch, Flathead Lake Lodge.
From private island resorts in the Indian Ocean to luxurious dude ranches in Montana and Wyoming, and jungle lodges surrounded by gorillas in Uganda.
A year after their mother's death, the girls' receive a letter from their mom's Godmother, encouraging them to visit their mom's old dude ranch.
Those days at the dude ranch became an anomaly rather than a precursor
His aunt, Lynda Arnold, better known as the former dude ranch owner Texas Lil, thinks her nephew is misguided.
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First Known Use of dude ranch
DUDE RANCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dude ranch for English Language Learners
: a large farm especially in the western U.S. where people on vacation can ride horses and do other activities that cowboys typically do
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