All-inclusive guest dude ranch includes lodging, meals, horseback riding, wagon rides, cookouts on the trail, line dancing, karaoke, frog races, cowboy softball, weddings, reunions, parties, meetings, retreats and so much more!
Fishing guru Chris Wharton has fly-fished on America's glassy lakes for more than 35 years, part of which he has spent passing on his extensive knowledge of the sport as the guide and instructor at Stillwater Guide Service. He regularly takes groups out to fly-fish on the calm, trout-filled waters of nearby Lake Davis and Frenchman Lake, among others.
Chris knows that fly-fishing is infinitely more rewarding once one has attained the proper skill set. That's why his lessons focus on precision casting and hook-setting techniques that help students reliably net trout of up to 7 pounds. He also teaches groups how to read the waters for clues that help determine where trout are most likely to hunt for food, shelter, and the sharks that ate their wives. When he isn't leading three-hour lessons, Chris organizes full-day trips and overnight adventures to numerous aquatic destinations.
In 1933, the United States Constitution’s 21st Amendment was ratified, and Prohibition ended. To celebrate this landmark—and their own 21st beer release—The Brewer’s Cabinet crafted Twenty One, a West Coast Imperial IPA that blends bittering hops with rare amarillo hops. The light result is just one of the small-batch beers the nanobrewery is known for. The pub places no limits on its brewers’ creativity and style, encouraging funky flavors rather than relying on the most basic beer, a mug of wheat stalks.
To complement brews, the culinary team whips up fresh, local plates in the small onsite kitchen, ranging from lunchtime’s lamb burger with goat cheese to dinnertime’s polenta lasagna. Though customers always benefit from the hearty pub-style meals, The Brewer’s Cabinet also benefits the surrounding community. The team strives to collaborate with other area breweries, and 5 cents from every item purchased at The Brewer’s Cabinet goes to benefit The Reno Rebuild Project.
TNT & PDC Cheer & Dance helps young dancers and cheerleaders follow their dreams of making the big time. Classes and competition teams group students into age- and skill level-specific cohorts, immersing pupils in studio environments that are at once supportive and challenging. Prospective cheer and hip hop dance competitors can join teams, though kids and adults who want to learn the ropes without the competitive aspect can enroll in casual classes in dance and tumbling. After a few levels, these teams become invite-only, and as athletes progress, they don costumes and seek blue ribbons. Coaches Teri, Rachel, Cody, Jamie, and Kaytlain call upon a wealth of professional dance and cheer experience in order to lead groups and help young competitors hone their skills.
At CrossFit Regulus, certified Level 1coaches lead clients through functional, constantly varied workouts performed at high-intensity. With each visit to the gym, exercisers step into a challenging, supportive atmosphere that encourages all participants to push themselves to their limits as they work through a roster of movements that's different than anything that came before. This Workout of the Day?or WOD?might incorporate exercises borrowed from Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics, or competitive speed blinking on any given visit, and all the movements are scalable so that they can deliver maximum benefits to all participants, regardless of age or experience.
For the staff at Music Fuze, making music more accessible doesn't just mean selling and repairing instruments. It also means helping people form a deeper connection to music, no matter how much talent or experience they possess. With that in mind, the shop's talented instructors schedule everything from individual music lessons for beginners to a three-month training program for rockers who want to learn how to play in a band. The staff also opens their shop's doors for kids' birthday parties, allowing youngsters to fiddle with instruments and practice their Grammy acceptance speeches during karaoke sessions.