If ya'll been wonderin about our next VIP Cowgirl Weekend, ya'll can stop yar fretten. It's gonna be in fall 2012. Ya'll give me a hollar and I'll keep ya posted on the future dates. If ya got one of dem new fangled calendars, you maybe might want to mark them dates down. We all gonna embrace the spirit of the Cow Girl. It don't matter if ya a first time rider or more experienced than your average cowpoke, everybody is welcome. Well everybody that is except for fellars. Cowboys need not apply.
It's gonna run ya $360 out of your poke. This includes a $75.00 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot. We'll accept gold, cattle, or chickens (no pigs or sheep), but we'd be much obliged if you brought official tender of the US of A government.
Now, ya'll gonna git something for that grubstake. Ya gonna get your meals and beverages and a place to sleep in the bunkhouse. You gonna want to bring you own bedroll. We got that fancy indoor plumbin so ya'll maybe wanna bring a towel. If ya'll really persnicity ya might wanna bring a Sears and Robuck catalog along too.
Ya gonna get a hoss to ride too. However if you got a hayburner of yown, you be morn welcome to bring the critter along and keepem in one of our outdoor stalls.
You might want to plan on showin up at the ranch bout 4 in the afternoon on Friday so that ya don't miss anythen. We ain't got all the stuff planned out yet, but we'll all stay busy havin fun till about the same time on Sunday. Fur shure we gonna do some hoss ridin and when we had our fill of that we likely gonna do some tasten of the fruit of the vine, soaken in the big tub of hot water, playen bingo, and enjoyen a hayride. As usual Cookie will be fixen our grub for the weekend so you might wanna be sure to bring a belt that has an extra notch or two...
Check back here for more details, we'll gettem up soon as we figurem out. Toad Mountain is beautiful at this time of year so you don't wanna miss this here trailride. Reserve your spot by completen this here form and mailing in a $75 deposit. You can try using the Pony Express, but it's been a might bit unpredictable lately. For more information you might wanna try calling or emailing Susan.