Been in here off and on since it became an exhibition spot. No drop-ins-there are several interesting "do"s here each year, all similar, with an entry through magnificent stone gates, parking close by and greeters/docents on the ranch. It is fun to walk around and look at how the past ranching and farming occurred. Caution, drive slowly past to park, the street is narrow (country) Wish they opened the ranch up more to the public other than the pumpkin sales and shopping. My pick for pumpkins is the market so...I'd like to see additional activities here, as a local.
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