Details about Redwing Ranch:
Food and Beverage
We will be coordinating meals (let us know if you want to be a head chef!) but would love help if you want to pitch in on ideas, cooking, supplies or $$. All meals will have a vegetarian option (not just salad!). Please let us know in your RSVP if you have dietary considerations we can accommodate.
We will also have a keg but knowing the booze-drinking-fish in this group, and the distance to the nearest store (40 minutes), please pack your favorite reserves.
That's right, wacky costumes are a matter of points in the Ranchin' Games! Dress to impress with your favorite lucky accessories to help you win the Games! Costumes will be part of your score, so dress wisely for impact and athleticism. (Think Tour de Fat type costumes!)
We love to shoot clay pigeons at the Shootin' Shack, so if you have a shotgun please feel free to bring it. HOWEVER, we have a strict NO LEAD policy at Redwing, so be sure to pick up some non-lead game loads before coming down. They are only about a $1 more per box at Walmart or Cabela's so you have no excuse!
No hand guns please.
There is no shortage of places to throw down a bed roll (or a tent for those of you who are less cowboy), but not all of them will have soft grass so don't forget the sleeping pad! Also, afternoon showers are common in monsoon season so bring the rain fly.
We will have portable loos and wash sinks, solar showers and there are a couple showers in the the house. And there is always the river to freshen up in! :)
There will also be a few beds and overflow floor space in the Main house, Bunk House, Art Studio and Wolfano House if you are flying in and don't want to haul the tent.
2020 will be the 3rd Biannual Ranchin' Games so bring your festive spirit and some shoes that you can move quickly in! These games will test your city slicker ways in the ranchin' life. Fabulous prizes for those that succeed!
We also have horse shoes, corn hole, badminton and other party games and 3,000 acres to explore and inspire new games :)
What to Bring
Well behaved dogs that don't run away or chase livestock are always welcome. It's good if they don't steal food off of tables too!