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Is this you? What would be the approximate timeline? Many interesting memories. Jerry Davis Nov We are looking for some old friends.

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If you could help us. Lets say you were somewhat dissapointed with me. I am now a engineer and have many patented inventions. It was you that gave me the inspiration to protect the environment and its precious waters. I had the best time of my life. Guest Mar Have been deer hunting a few times at Black Dome back in the 60s and 70s Great country. Still here. Some errors in your info.. The GR is no where near being the "million acre" ranch it once was as it's grazing license is now more like , acres.

Also it does not run 12, cattle now, but more like head. And it was never the largest ranch in the British Commenwealth or even in B.

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My Dad worked here before I was born and I am hoping to come and at least visit. He says when we all have horses he might bring us to visit. Guest Nov I have never been here, but the pictures are beautiful! My husbands father Frank Peters worked here.

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Hair tufts. Undulating ridges. Churn Creek bridge. Churn Creek. Twisted fir Canoe Creek hill. Cliffs near Churn Creek. Arcsoft pano Gang Ranch. Gang Ranceh entrance Churn Creek confluence with Fraser Grazing horses Horse corral Indian Meadows Lake Layers of color Canoe Creek Saskatoon lower Canoe Creek hill Reservoir 2 It is best to login or register first but you may post as a guest.

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  8. Name Email. I traveled from Idaho and spent four months on the ranch in September, October, November, and December of My uncle Frank Peters passed away this week, his passing has remined me of his history and how he spoke of his time at the ranch. I worked here in My family is interested in taking a tour of a ranch in B. Interesting to read about the ranch.

    I lived on the Ranch as a child, and I have very fond memories. I was a cowboy there at the Gang Ranch a couple of times in the late 70s and early 80s under two different owners. While on a horseback trek out of Relay cow camp, I took a photo of a rundown cabin at Prentice Lake which, according to our wrangler,apparently was built by Chilko Choate as accommodation for cowboys who spent the summers with herds grazing in the area.

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