ON CATTLE DRIVES OF THE LATE 1800S, IT WASN’T EXPERIENCED ranchers who trailed herds from the dusty Texas plains north to the railheads. Instead, they hired greenhorns, youngsters who put the “boy” in “cowboys.” About the same time period, some ranches in the West began supplementing their income by opening their doors to visitors, “dudes” who wanted a taste of the rugged lifestyle.

So, around the turn of this century, when Kim and Patricia Chesser began considering opening their Burnt Well Ranch… Read More

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