This Just in: Americans Love the Outdoors

The 2016 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation just came out last month. Overall, the survey found a substantial increase in wildlife based activity participation by Americans. In 2016 alone, 101.6 million Americans (40% of the population) participated … Continued

Lazy Bones Ranch: Equine Haven

When looking for a horse property, there are a few things to keep in mind. Horses require open grazing meadows, sufficient water, and maintained fencing. The area surrounding Sedalia and Perry Park is known for renowned equine properties with its … Continued

Winter Fly-Fishing at Deckers

Only eight miles from Lazy Bones Ranch, Deckers offers some of the best fly-fishing in Colorado. One of the things that makes Deckers incredible is its’ year-round accessibility and warmer water temperatures. Deckers is found directly downstream from Cheesman Reservoir along … Continued

Holidays at Lazy Bones Ranch

When one thinks of the holidays in Colorado, they imagine a warm log home surrounded by pine trees with loved ones nestled inside. Scents of honey baked ham and cranberry waft through the rafters as fire places blaze. Family and friends’ … Continued

A Night with Minister Muñoz

This week Ken and Haley had the opportunity to attend the inaugural launch of the Latin American Center at Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Given Mirr Ranch Group’s extensive work in Patagonia, and specifically … Continued

Summer at Black Bear Ranch

Summer in the Rockies is one of the greatest seasons for the adventurer in all of us. The mountainous terrain and sweeping forests lend themselves to every type of recreation including fishing, hiking, mountain-biking, kayaking, and canoeing. Black Bear Ranch … Continued