Brush Creek Ranch
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The bourbon tastes better in cowboy country.
And don’t even get us started on an after-dinner cigar out in the middle of nowhere. By “nowhere,” we mean under the stars with endless ceilings, brilliant mountain peaks and pure seclusion where the soundtrack is horses, a crackling fire, concerted gusts of wind and the occasional boom of arcadian thunder. We are more than fine if the internet is spotty and our phone is thoroughly irrelevant. Most of us have been unplugged for years before the term became fashionable. It’s always been a simple concept: we’re out of town. Talk to you in a week or so. Whether it’s the beach, the desert or, in this case, the mountains, the great outdoors has never been more accommodating and sublimely relaxing.