Hundreds of people toured Buffalo Peaks Ranch this past summer. They finally got to experience the wide-open spaces and incredible skyscape of this historic South Park ranch, established in 1862. For each tour we had a Porch Library set up at the main house, and plenty of dutch-oven biscuits on hand.
We’ll be at it again next spring, and we’ll also begin our first season of renovation, thanks to our long-running partnership with the University of Colorado’s Center for Preservation Research. Join us in 2015, and experience the unfolding next chapter for this wonderful, too long neglected, high mountain ranch!
We hope you enjoy the photos below, many taken by one of the best young photographers we know, Berry Oliver!
Our friend Sherrie York also took several of the photos above. With luck we’ll have Sherrie back next summer to lead an artist workshop or two. You owe it to yourself to explore Sherrie York’s wonderful website. Stay tune for more on Sherrie’s work!
Life is returning to Buffalo Peaks Ranch! We’ll close with a great photo that Sherrie York took while sketching along the banks of the South Platte: