November 26, 2019

We got our first snow today, and it is beautiful outside!

Now, time to put up the Winter Season decorations!  Here is a small portion of the things as sort of a "before" picture!

May 1, 2019

It's May 1st, the Pass is open, and spring flowers are blooming across the hillsides in the beautiful Methow Valley.  The water surging down Beaver Creek on the east side of Rockchuck Ranch has that tea color that lets you know it is passing through growing roots.  Lat...

April 17, 2019

Yesterday we took the final steps in returning the Orchard to its 1996 "Willie Nelson Concert" glory.  As would be expected in an orchard that went several years without receiving any love (or water), many trees had passed on, leaving gaps and even entire rows missing....

March 18, 2019

This winter, we let the pond ice over.  Part of the reason for this was that last year we kept the pond open and although this was appreciated by over-wintering ducks, the pond also became a favorite snack bar for bald eagles.  Our joy at the sight of our majestic nati...

March 14, 2019

Made with cherries from our Rockchuck Ranch orchard! 

April 7, 2018

With the snow totally gone it might be nice to show some last of the season's winter pictures.  Here's a view of the Lodge from the West:

Yes, it has all new roofing.  Our website picture is of the old roof(s) (or should it be "rooves?").  We like this one much better!...

April 4, 2018

Jake, our Yellow Lab, is enjoying his first swim of the season.

Blue, our Aussie, is not sure that swimming is for him.  This is his first Spring and the other end of the pond is still under ice!  Plus, the ducks make a terrible racket. 

Blue may be right.  Her...

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Twisp Terrace Lodge at Rockchuck Ranch
20556 State Route 20
Twisp, WA 98856, USA

Phone: (888) 550-5919




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