Have you heard the latest news about Long Hollow Ranch? We are feeling very proud and excited right now. During the Long Hollow Ranch annual Fourth of July celebration here at the ranch, two young journalists from France 2, the French national TV station, travelled to the ranch to film for a feature story on “Cowboy Vacations”. They were delightful young people and everyone, staff and guests alike, very much enjoyed the experience of working with them as they were filming for the story. They did a very professional job of interviewing and filming LHR activities including guests and staff. The story was aired on Fance2 TV, the French national TV station, with a viewership of 4.5 million! The segment lasted three and a half minutes. We received a copy of the showing and have distributed it to a number of friends of LHR. If you did not receive a copy, visit our Facebook page or click here to go directly to the program (Some of us may not understand French, but we do know they're talking about Long Hollow Ranch!). They, also, took the opportunity to film a wedding here. A young couple tied the knot here in a truly “western cowboy wedding” during the filming. So, if you had been here on July 4, you might very well have been on French national television. You wouldn’t want to miss out on that kind of opportunity, now would you?
We were pleased to see 1859 Oregon Magazine feature our very own Long Hollow Ranch on their blog. Dick was tickled to be quoted regarding the home cooking we serve and we are impressed by how this brief post captures a quick, yet accurate overview of who we are. See the November 26th, 2013 write-up by contributing writer Cathy Carroll on the 1859 Oregon Magazine website here: Photo by Charles Gullung Suite Dreams: Pillow talk about Oregon B&B's November 26 2013 By Cathy Carroll - Contributing Writer long hollow ranch - sisters Ride with ranch hands on this century-old working ranch. There is a buzz of daily tasks such as fixing fences, harvesting hay, and working with cattle and caring for horses. After a day of hard work, you can fly-fish on... (read more)