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Colorado’s Devil’s Thumb Ranch Opens New High Lonesome Lodge, Barn, Pavilion & Wine Grotto


Tabernash, Colo. (PRWEB) May 01, 2014

Continuing its focus on sustainability and eco-friendly pampering while accommodating the needs and interests of guests, corporate groups and bridal parties, Devils Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa has officially opened the new High Lonesome Lodge, Barn & Pavilion.

About Devils Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa

Located 65 miles west of Denver and 10 minutes west of Winter Park Ski Resort, Devils Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa is a year round, eco-friendly and award-winning 6,000-acre guest ranch resort, spa, corporate retreat and weddings destination, with full-service meeting and special event space for 10-350 people. The Ranch has been recognized and honored worldwide for its environmentally friendly remodeling and restoration programs, commitment to historic preservation, green meeting facilities, sustainable and locally focused dining and Wine Spectator award-winning wine list.

The Ranch offers secluded cabins with EPA approved low-emission fireplaces and kitchen facilities, a guest lodge built in the style of National Park Lodges, two restaurants, 100+ km Nordic trail system for cross country skiing and snowshoeing, a professional horsemanship program and stables for trail riding, skill training and feed rides as well as hiking, mountain biking, fly-fishing, zip-lining, stand up paddle boarding, and a nature-based, 18,000 sq. ft. restorative spa featuring massage, facials, body wraps, soaks and more.

High Lonesome Lodge

Nestled in the hillside overlooking the Ranch, the new 50,000 square foot High Lonesome Lodge and adjoining facilities enable the Ranch to accommodate and host up to 350 guests at any one time. Notable features include:

31 lodge style rooms and four suites spread out over four wings, similar in design and size (4001,000 sq ft) to the existing main lodge rooms. Guests also have ski-in, ski-out locker storage.

Guest rooms offering a variety of amenities: adjoining rooms, spacious bathrooms with low-flow fixtures, vaulted wood ceilings with beetle kill finishes, stone fireplaces in select rooms and suites, exterior porches with East-facing views of the Continental Divide

Guest suites also include features to accommodate larger groups/families: Great Room with fireplace & large private terrace, spacious master bedroom & bath, sleeping loft, second guest bathroom with shower

Secluded upper terrace with spectacular views for small outdoor gatherings

40-seat Wine Grotto situated into the lower hillside featuring an arched ceiling and wine barrels in the entryway including showroom-style planning and pre-event space

High Lonesome Barn

4,200 sq. ft., reclaimed Civil War era barn from the Midwest for groups, meetings, special events, weddings and bridal parties that can accommodate up to 350 people. A main feature will be a wall of windows offering unparalleled views of the Continental Divide and Ranch Creek Valley.

View photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lxs217a3sqbmx82/2ghMh4gjY6

Hay Loft in the Barn that provides multi-function capabilities for receptions, reading lounge and smaller meetings

2 Rumford fireplaces in the reception area and lounge

Top notch AV services for small to large groups

On-site commercial kitchen

South Terrace for outdoor receptions and landscaped ampitheater below for outdoor weddings

High Lonesome Pavilion

The 3,000 sq. ft. outdoor events Pavilion offers comfortable al fresco dining from spring until fall on the hillside just north of the High Lonesome Lodge. It is also outfitted with fire pit for tubing hill participants and Nordic skiers and snowshoers.

Naming rights

The High Lonesome name came about due to the lodge sitting high up on a hillside overlooking the Ranch. It is also a tribute to early bluegrass music as well as Native American lore, both of which are a rich part of the Ranchs history.

Eco-design

The High Lonesome Lodges exterior matches the dark brown color of the existing main lodge, with reclaimed rock covering the foundation and chimneys. Large windows are designed to allow for as much natural light as well as views for guests, and locally made iron railings and native landscaping keep a low carbon footprint and pay tribute to the Ranchs history, often referred to as “parkitecture.”

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Internet Satellite Service.org Now Offers Michigan Unlimited Phone Service and High Speed Internet up to 15Mbps to All Counties in MI


Lansing, Michigan (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

The most formidable solution provider in voice and Internet services, Internet Satellite Service.org (http://www.internetsatelliteservice.org) has recorded a rise in the providers end year profits following expansion of its satellite Internet services to new states including all counties throughout Michigan. This is a great achievement to the ever growing satellite provider despite the challenges it has experienced in the recent past from strong competition, limited resources, tough economic circumstances, and high cost of operations. The management expressed its delight in the progress that the firm has made maintaining both competitive and professional edge in the industry. In addition they hailed its team of professionals for the efforts they have been making to bring new clients aboard. The high speed satellite Internet market is marked by new innovations and ideas mushrooming on a daily basis and they have been on the forefront of this captivating phenomenon.

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Upload Speeds up to 2 Mbps
Faster Than DSL and Most Cable Providers
Available Almost Anywhere Where Cable and DSL Are Not
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Does Not Need a Phone Landline
Low Monthly Rate

And much more.

Michigan Internet Satellite, which is a competitive service provider when it comes to the provisioning of satellite Internet solutions, has a tremendous improvement in end of years profits following the extension of high speed satellite Internet services to all counties in Michigan. A comprehensive report and analysis of the overall performance of the satellite provider has been top notch and all stakeholders are pleased.

The rise in profits has been attributed to several factors. First, the satellite provider implemented a savings package that would allow its customers save 25-35% over landline phone service. The offer has lead to increment in number of clients coming on board for affordable satellite Internet plans that would cut down their expenditures enabling them to plan well despite their sizes of budgets. Secondly the satellite service provider introduced price cuts for most of its satellite Internet services making them very affordable in a time when the country is experiencing tough economic conditions.

According to reports from internal management, the top rated satellite retailer is on the verge of offering different service plans that will cater to all needs and see the quality of services go up immensely. This has in turn boosted investor and clients confidence, a big contributing factor to the rise in profits reported. Indeed the efforts that the satellite provider is making to remain at the helm of unlimited voice and satellite Internet services in Michigan are profound and state-of-the-art.

The management expressed its delight at the progress that the Michigan satellite Internet provider has made in bringing new clients on board and promised to continue with the same momentum in the coming days. In addition, the management echoed much praise to its team toward employees who have been at the forefront coming up with innovative satellite Internet plans for many years.

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