Two Bars Seven Guest Ranch Tour

The Red Feather Historical Society toured Two Bars Seven Guest Ranch on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 (along with the Cavalryman Steakhouse Tour).

Step back in time and join us in an incredibly scenic 3,000-acre historic working ranch that sits adjacent to National Forest land that includes a wide expanse on the border regions of both Wyoming and Colorado. The ranch was established during the days of the territorial government before Wyoming was a state. It has been in the family for four generations and a dude ranch for 10.

Young Polly

Young Polly Schaffer

A young Polly Schaffer, the matriarch today of Two Bars Seven Guest Ranch (in back), getting ready to go out with the horses with Iris Swan a neighbor from a nearby ranch in 1948.

 

 

Polly telling the history of the Two Bars Seven Ranch rodeo ground.

Polly telling the history of the Two Bars Seven Ranch rodeo ground.

Tour participants listening to Polly

Tour participants listening to Polly’s story of the ranch

Two Bars Seven Guest Ranch as seen today

Two Bars Seven Guest Ranch as seen today

 

Tour participants getting their Beefalo Burgers raised on the ranch

Tour participants getting their Beefalo Burgers raised on the ranch

Collage by Henrietta Matthews RFHS Member

Collage by Henrietta Matthews RFHS Member