Zenfolio | Carl Morrison Photography | Blazin' M Ranch, Cottonwood, Arizona September, 2014
Visitors 11
Modified 24-Sep-14
Created 24-Sep-14
28 photos

When the dinner bell rings it’s time to feast! We serve the best chicken and ribs in Arizona, along with foil wrapped potato, cowboy beans, our prickly pear coleslaw, flying biscuits and homemade caramel apple crisp with ice cream for dessert. If you like drinking, you’ll love our saloon. If you like eating, you’ll love our menu.
After dinner the Blazin’ M Cowboys entertain ya’ with their award-winning musical talents mixed with cowboy poetry and humor. Otis, named Cornville’s most eligible bachelor since 1986, says this year may be the one when he finally gets hitched. Be wary of the Ranch’s most infamous occupant, the Ghost Rider, lest he steal you away forever to ride the devil’s herd across the endless skies.
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Red Garter Old Time Photos by Brooke Akridge and Kayla WalkerTheir press release:  A classic John Deere tractor pulls riders in wagons around the Ranch, past vintage farm equipment, farm critters and far into the depths of the Old West where graves are shallowJim Martin gives a  humorous narration on the John Deere tour.  Later he sings at the dinner show.One of the many attractions around the dinner hall.Grace Miles of Denton, Texas enjoyed the evening at the Blazin' MWhile waiting for the dinner bell to ring, we enjoyed a nice sunset.Mr. and Mrs. Gary De Lepp of San Jose, California were at our table and shred information about the Sumpter Valley Railroad near Baker City, OregonBill Bassett  Bill BassetOriginally from Seattle, WA, Bill is the show’s emcee and he has been performing throughout the West since 1971, and his talent even led him to Nashville where he played back-Looked like a full house to me with at least three tour groups in the house.Perfect inside accommodations for the dinner and show regardless of the weather.Jim MartinJeanne Martin