West of the Ranch. Oct. 2010.
Endless riding.
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One of the springs above the Ranch.
The Ranch is in the valley below
around the area where you see the
trees in the valley bottom.
Antelope waiting for us to move so
that they can come in for a water
turn.
The Antelope come in when we back
off. They take their water and then 
they back off. It's a social courtesy
arrangement between Humans and
 Antelope on a two way street when
you understand it.

In the hills southwest of the Ranch.
Endless riding until you get into
Southern California. No fences.

Looking Northwest from Ranch
Headquarters. Endless riding.
A seep on the desert hillside. Spring
fed pond below. The Ranch is in the
valley bottom. Endless riding.
Evening at the Ranch House.
The Ranch House in October.
Ditto.
Ditto.
Ranch House back yard.
At the Ranch House gate.
Re-modeling at the Ranch House.
Ditto.
Ranch House Tool Shed.
Ranch House Kitchen re-model.
Ranch House Oct. 2009.
Ranch Headquarters is in the trees.
Where water seeps on the desert
mountainside. October, 2010.
           ORIGINAL RANCH HOUSE
      On a cold, sunny January afternoon we were heading west
    across the desert toward the Ranch, suddenly the sun started to
            reproduce itself down through the southwestern sky, 
                                      a proverbial
                                        SUNDOG

           It was spectacular. We thought it was a SIGN, hence
        THE SUNDOG RANCH
also called the
Juab Sundog Ranch
 Hundreds of acres of riding on the Ranch, unlimited riding in all
                         directions beyond the Ranch.
      Lots more fun photographs to come.
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Another trip to the Ranch.
This Guy is airborne.
Road to the Ranch.
The Thomas Range.
December, 2016 
Ranch Security.
Endless Riding in the middle of nowhere.
                   Dusk on the desert.   
Open Country.
 Found under the Ore Bin?
We arrived at the Ranch and David discovered a Fawn resting in the shade.
Our Chief Operating Officer wants to make major changes at this well site.
            (See Corporate Page.)
Looking eastward toward a gigantic outcrop of Vesicular Basalt.
Sheep on the winter range, east of the Ranch.
As of 2-18-'17. More to come.