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ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL RENDEZVOUS

JULY 13-20, 2019
Elevation 9300 feet.

PLENTIFUL POTABLE WATER


Wagon Team & Ice
Early set-up July 10 - 12
PRE-Registration Deadline: June 9, 2019
The Historic Quarter Circle Circle Ranch,
in the Cochetopa Basin,
48 miles east of Gunnison, Colorado

Colorado is hosting this year's RMNR on the historic Quarter Circle Circle Ranch between Gunnison and Saguache, Colorado.

We have a change of site to the Cochetopa Basin in between Sagauche and Gunnison off Highway 114 on Saquache Cty Rd 17GG on the historic Quartercircle Circle Ranch. Origanally a freight and Stage stop between Sagauche and Lake City during the 1870's . Close to the Old Ute Agency and bordering the Cochetopa Wildlife area a gold medal fishing area. 

 There are two ponds on the property fed by a thousand gallon minute spring. We have been granted catch and release fishing in the ponds.

  There are at this time 4 off grid guest cabins built in the 1870's that are available for rent at a reasonable rate. The one big cabin is all ready booked for the month of July. Contact www.quartercircle.net for pricing and availability during Rendezvous.

  The Cochetopa basin is the last undeveloped Valley in Colorado. Three or four major ranch ,BLM, U.S. Forest make up the basins landowners

 

We have a full slate of events planned with lots of prizes for competitions, raffle items and seminars. There are many volunteers helping to make this a great rendezvous. If you can help us, please SIGN UP AT THE GATE. We especially need volunteers on the ranges. Our goal is to be safe and make sure everyone has fun!

From your Co-Booshways, Michael "Woodman" Briscoe and Taylor Tomlin and the Staff
Michael "Woodman" Briscoe
(719) 539-4460
rmnr2018@aol.com

Taylor Tomlin
(361) 319-2287
empresariotomlin@yahoo.com

We are now accepting (begging for) pre-registrations. Please send them as soon as possible.



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Emergency contact: Saguache County Sheriff
(719) 655-2240


Site pic 1

Segundo

Segundo

Tim Pray
timoldwest@gmail.com

 

Co-Booshways:

Michael "Woodman" Briscoe
(719) 539-4460
rmnr2018@aol.com
Woodman Co Booshway

 

Taylor Tomlin
empresariotomlin@yahoo.com
Taylor Tomlin Co Booshway

 

 

   

Purser

Tyrell TBone Williams
ranchluvt@yahoo.com

Tyrell Williams

 

Chief Dog Soldier

Scott "Shiner" McCully
shinermccully@gmail.com

Scott McCully Head Dog Soldier

 

 

Site pic 2

 

 

Gate

 


Site pic 3

Dave "Preacher" Poehlman
davepoehlman@comcast.net

Gate





 

Horse Camp Chief

Trade Chief

 

Dave "Kentucky Dave" Ritchie
davidrritchie@yahoo.com

Dave Ritchie - Horse Camp Chief

Site pic 4

Garrett McCall
garrett@strinztipi.com

Garrett McCall - Trade Chief


 

 

Chief Medic


 

Janet Ballyntyn
venery2nd@gmail.com

 



     

Seminar Chief

TBD
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Parking

Harry Harpoon




Archery

Ronnie "Stumpy" Vickers
(318) 535-8300

 

Chief Range Officer

Joe " Dirty Shirt" Kierst
htowndogs@gmail.com

Ronnie Vickers - Archery

and

Ronnie FIef
Kentuckybelle@ymail.com

Joe Kierst - Range Officer
   

 

Hawk & Knife

 

Site Pic 5

Inge Bobek
bitrepair@bacavalley.com


Inge Bobek


   

Kid's Games

 

Bonnie Sitter
bsitter2@hotmail.com


Kids Games

 

Site pic 2

 

   
 

ALTITUDE: We are going to be at approximately 9300 feet, so for those of you who have difficulty with altitude, you might want to check online to see if there is anything you can do to be more comfortable before and when you get there. You will need to acclimate

Rocky Mountain National Rendezvous 2019 welcomes everybody across the world and invites everyone to come and experience a primitive rendezvous in the Rocky Mountains. Come enjoy yourselves, play, laugh, tell stories, trade and re-create the history of the Fur Trade. We look forward to seeing all of our old friends and meeting new ones.

Hello from your trade chief!!

Hope everyone wintered well. Just a couple of notes for this coming year:

 

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