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The Leading Guide to Guest and Resort, Fly-Fishing, and Cross-Country Skiing Ranches in the United States and Canada, 6th Edition.

Workaholic’s therapy in Arizona

Are you a workaholic?¬†Wickenburg’s Kay el Bar Ranch offers a fun solution: horse therapy. At check-in, guests are offered the option of “checking out” by checking in their cell phones, and (as soon as possible) swinging into the saddle, and riding off into the sunshine.¬†“This is a serious problem,” says ranch owner Joe Beattie. “Blackberries (aka crackberries), cell phones, and constant work chatter are eroding our quality of life. Though a bit tongue-in-cheek, we do have a solution.”

Arizona’s oldest dude ranch also has some news: it just completed its largest restoration to date. The original adobe walls have been restored, lodge bathrooms upgraded, and traditional landscaping has been returned. But the most important thing hasn’t changed: the peace and serenity you can find here in this lovely Sonoran Desert setting.
To learn more, visit Kay el Bar on the web.
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