We are pleased to present for the 2014 season a new book by local photographer Bob Macdonald. This book takes the reader through a visual tour of the elegance of proper 1900′s Edwardian through our Orchard House. It comes in both paper and hard bound and is available in limited supply at our general store.
Bring a picnic basket and enjoy the ranch on June 4th before the weekend bustle. We present docents in full attire and tours of our historic buildings. There’s no finer way to learn about history than to experience it. Then come back for the excitement with our annual “Homespun Fun at the Ranch” sheep shearing event on Saturday. Regular admission prices and guidelines apply.
Thank You! The Heart Strings of 2013 was again pulled by the devastating floods and damaged bridges. We, the Ranch Staff and the Living History Association deeply appreciate your continued support through these difficult times. We value you as members and your understanding. 2014 will see the Ranch open for great family experiences. Together we will build memories and history.
Andy Morris, RLRHS, Ranch Manager and Ron Wright, President, Living History Association
Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. But today is a gift. We thank you for your gift!
The History and Symbolism of the Christmas Pudding According to Matthew Walker, Britain’s largest producer of Christmas puddings and the Wickham Primary …
The purpose of the Camp Creek Drainage Improvement Project is to thoughtfully plan short-term and long-term solutions to protect the corridor from flooding and erosion to improve public safety. As a community, we need to work together to come up with solutions that are both technically sound and responsive to community needs and values.
Pow-Wows are great fun. The events invite us into another culture and sparks the imagination. Being a cultural event, there’s a greater …
Andy Morris, Resident Blacksmith at Rock Ledge Ranch Video courtesy of Manitou Motion Picture Company, Ltd. (C), 2013 Manitou Motion Picture Company, …
He had a passion to make history come alive – and through his kind and caring way he made himself a living memory in our hearts.
It’s been over a full decade since Rock Ledge Ranch’s first website and it’s time to usher in a cleaner, more advanced site that offers our visitors a better experience.