As Jubilee Days celebrate all things Laramie, the Albany County CattleWomen remind us of the work behind the rodeo: the ranch.   

The Albany County CattleWomen Ranch Tour will be held on July 15. This annual tour is free to the public and includes an informative tour guide. The tour will include six ranch stops plus one drive-by.

Box lunches will be offered for $15 each, consisting of a Kiolbassa Beef Sausage sandwich, potato salad, baked beans, chips, bar/cookie, and a drink. Lunch reservations are required, and payment must be made at the time the reservation is made. 

One bus from Gray Line Travel Coaches will be available for transportation for $35 a ticket. Payment must be made at the time the reservation is made. Personal vehicles may be used and will be directed to parking areas requested by the ranch owner. Parking personnel will be available to assist vehicles in those areas.

All reservations and payments must be made by TOMORROW - Friday, July 7.

The Cattlewomen will meet tour-goers at the south end of the Wyoming Territorial Prison Historic Site at 8:00 a.m. for light refreshments and tour information. There will also be Albany County CattleWomen items for sale (cash or check only). Departure from there will be promptly at 9:00 a.m.

It’s suggested to bring chairs, sunscreen, and mosquito repellent, plus good walking shoes.

Reservations and payment arrangements may be made by calling Sandra Eike at 307-760-5590 or Bonnie at the Eppson Center for Seniors at 307-745-5116.


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