Dismantling the Stagecoach Hotel
You've seen a lot of the dismantling of the Barn. Here, you'll see the process of dismantling the Stagecoach Hotel. Notice the logs popping from the exterior walls and how the lower level has sunk into the ground, leaving walls leaning and debris throughout. Upstairs, looking down the hallway is the Continental Divide. On the SW corner is the green room. The chimney bricks came from the lower level up through the middle bedroom on the south side. Finally, you'll see the salvageable materials wrapped, stacked and ready for storage. We need your help to save the 4 Bar 4. We're working hard to raise $30,000 to match a grant from the State Historical Fund. Every dollar counts. If you'd like to be a part of saving the 4 Babr 4 go to www.savethe4bar4.org/donate.Posted by 4 Bar 4 Ranch on Thursday, October 27, 2016
The Ford Barn and the Stagecoach Hotel are now officially secured for winter. You'll see silver tarping placed to manage water run-off, tarps covering the floors, re-usable materials stacked and wrapped for storage and logs that have been donated for use next year. Of special note are Steve Watts' grandkids who stopped by with treats for the volunteers! Again, a big thanks to Kent Wehmeyer, Steve Watts and George Dennison for many hours and lots of care for the 4 Bar 4.Posted by 4 Bar 4 Ranch on Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Thanks to all the friends of the 4 Bar 4 our 2016 summer BBQ was a big success! We hosted nearly 100 people from around the County, and even a few from out of state.
We were honored that several of the direct descendants of Dick and Jessie McQueary made the trip from Arizona and Nevada to support the 4 Bar 4. In fact, Darlene McQueary, the oldest living direct descendant came to show her support.
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