Troy Clark

Digital Marketing Manager and Web Administrator at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch

Digital Marketing Manager and Web Administrator at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch

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This past Halloween weekend Sylvan Dale attended the first Winter Market of 2010/11 in Fort Collins.

Jamie Folsom, a photographer for the Coloradoan caught our Heart-J Grass-finished Beef team, Lori, Mandy, and Dillon, having a great time.

Lori, Mandy and Dillon at the Winter Market

Lori, Mandy and Dillon at the Winter Market

“Winter” Market?

Unlike the cold and snowy weather somewhat typical around Halloween in Colorado, the weather was absolutely perfect for the event.

We hope you were able to get outside to enjoy this delightful Spring-like weekend.

Warm weather continues!

With continued temperate weather expected all week, we look forward to participating in the next Winter Market and hope to see everyone there. The weather is forecast to be near 70 next weekend!

Check BeLocal for Winter Market dates and times.

Photojournalist Morgan Jones recently paid a visit to Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch and captured quite a few amazing shots. Some of his photos have been compiled into this beautiful still motion video, capturing the excitement of a Sylvan Dale horseback riding experience!. Thanks Morgan!


Capturing amazing images that occur in everyday life.

View more of Morgan’s work at his blog site, Morgan’s Photo Journal.
Contact Morgan: mjdenver (@) live.com (303) 854-7685

Jesse King, a guest at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch during Bonfils Stanton Foundation’s company retreat, took a break from the activities to create a wonderful display of balance. More than a dozen actually. Despite the rising waters from the rains the stones remain steadfast.

It’s not Stonehenge but still impressive to see; slender stones peacefully projecting skyward from the rushing waters of the Big Thompson River. One might say it’s symbolic of what happens during a stay at Sylvan Dale. Finding balance in the oftentimes riotous current of life.

Shall we call it Sylvanhenge? Hmmm.

Finding Balance at Sylvanhenge
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The recent show at Loveland’s historic Rialto Theater highlighted “Classical Music’s Most Wanted”. Photos taken at Sylvan Dale feature the antique coach at hilltop and some of our horses and were used for ads related to The Magnificent Seven in the Loveland Reporter Herald