I am reaching out to you all to update on our ranch operations. As we all have learned recently, our worlds can change overnight: business closures, insecurity with jobs, travel plans put on hold, and health risks being taken into consideration. I ask that if you are sick or have a compromised immune system, don’t come to the ranch.
I have had many clients need to reschedule and I am working with them all to remain flexible. I also have an influx of new clients reaching out to come up for quick trips to get some outdoor time and get some meat for the freezer. For those that choose to keep on the schedule, we are taking extra measures to disinfect guest accommodations. Most of our client interactions are outdoors and we have no need to be in close quarters with each other.
Some things to consider so that we can maintain the required social distancing:
Forgo formal handshake greetings.
Schedule a 1-day hunt, no lodging.
Bring your own hunting truck or side by side and follow your required guide out in the field.
Bring up your own RV for overnight visits.
We will remain flexible and creative to stay healthy and meet everyone’s needs during these uncertain times.