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Triangle T Guest Ranch

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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio’s CHAMPAGNE SUNDAYS variety and entertainment show. This episode airs live from historic Triangle T Guest Ranch in southeast Arizona, as part of Big Blend’s 4 year SPIRIT OF AMERICA TOUR of all 401 National Park units. Near Willcox, this area is home to Chiricahua National Monument, Fort Bowie Historic Site, and Coronado National Memorial.
As featured on the Travel Channel’s ‘Hotel Impossible’ show, Triangle T Guest Ranch is one of the oldest working ranches in Arizona.
Apache Chieftain, Cochise, and his band used the ranch as a winter camp for many generations. Many diplomats and dignitaries including President John F. Kennedy and General John J. Pershing were among the ranch's distinguished guests.
Western films featuring John "Duke" Wayne "Duel in the Sun" with Gregory Peck, and the film "3:10 to Yuma," which starred Glen Ford and Van Heflin, were filmed on location at the Triangle T, as were some of the original Lone Ranger movies. More recently, the ranch was the site of a television production by Kenny Rogers, "Psychic Kids" filmed by A&E TV, and filming of the final scenes of "To Kill a Memory" with Kix Brooks.