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Located in Caulfield, Missouri

Above Photo Courtesy Of: J n D Photography Capturing all of life's Moments “Valley Star School”

Established 1972

Inside This Issue: Memorial Weekend Fun Casio Night Family Fun Event Calendar King and Queen Voting June Board Election Valley Star School


CLOUD 9 RANCH 417-284-7321 CLOUD9RANCH.COM

The 2012 season is off to a great start. The mild winter and warm spring has allowed many ranch projects to be well underway. I took some time to go back through the 2011 issues of the 9 Lines. The Ranch was packed with events and full of life and more importantly great memories that are second to none. As familiar faces begin to arrive for the 2012 camping season, a nostalgic feeling, deep inside reminds me of the great love the membership shares for what is often a home away from home. For the Ranch family that extends from people who have been here from the beginning to the folks that are pulling up for the very first time today. I say “Cheers2012 is going to be a great year at Cloud 9 Ranch”. We are glad you are here. ~Stephanie

Inside this issue: What’s New

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May Calendar

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June Election

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Ranch Rider News

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Cruiser Club News

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Live Music

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Just For Kids

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The 9 Lines Lake Construction Our new little lake (or big pond) has been a topic of conversation on many levels. The construction began as scheduled around early March. There is always different viewpoints when new things begin to take shape. Some expect instant results, yet others feel that rushing these projects will only lead to issues down the road. Some projects go quickly and others take more time. It seems that progress is like watching paint dry once the first patch of dirt is moved. But progress is being made, whether it is seen or not. The lake is dry right now because the construction of the lake bed is not yet complete. There is currently a drain pipe installed in the bottom of the pond right now to keep water from building up. This was installed to prevent a heavy rain from filling the pond before we are ready. Members may not know that the 2 inches of rain received in the spring actually had the pond filled in a matter of a few hours. Luckily, the area was drained without incident or damage to the construction. The next phase will be to have a spillway installed. The lay of the land after the dam was installed is somewhat different and there will need to be another “shoot” to get the exact location that will be best. This is on the list of priority items, but until the spill way is completed, the drain pipe in the bottom of the pond will remain in place, keeping the water from building up. We found out how quickly the water can rise and until the spillway is complete, flash flooding could cause damage to the area. Once the spillway is completed, the spring that feeds the upper (lily pad) pond will directly feed into the new lake. Doing things right is what all involved feel is more important rather than having it ready in speed warp time. The construction is an interesting process and we hope all members who are anxiously awaiting the new recreational area will use the construction time to reflect on the vision of how the lake will look in a year or two. We can look back on the construction time as being well spent. Here’s a few things to put in your vision. When completed, the water will cover approximately 4 acres. Around the water there can be picnic areas, and let’s even vision a pier where you can walk out and fish from the dock. Here’s the place where you begin to put your own visions and possibly see children of all ages (even senior children) fishing, picnicing and enjoying the outdoors together. This area, although it may take a little while longer, will be another amenity that will add to Cloud 9 Ranch’s claim of being the best family camping value.


What’s New at Cloud 9 Ranch New Member Orientation Beginning this week and available all summer long, there will be a “New Member” orientation at 10am on Friday’s. New Members are asked to meet at 10am at the Melody Pond. This will give everyone a chance to become fimilar with Cloud 9 Ranch camping and ATV rules in a fun filled atmosphere. This is a great way to meet & greet new members at C9R.

Walk A Mile In Melody These Members Have been with C9R 40 Years: Elvis Greathouse Raymond Perkinson Dean & Gail Frame Lawrence & Carolyn Brick Earl Rahlfs Blair & Hope Laughlin Carol Ryan Come See Julie in the Trading Post To Pick Up Your 40th Year Surprise! Inside this issue:

Looking for a low traffic place to get in your daily exercise? Melody Lane campground is the perfect place. 2 Laps around the campground makes 1 mile. So come on over and walk a mile in Melody. Hey and even better? It might be the only place in the park where you can continuously walk a mile and not have to go up hill the entire time!

2012~ A Year for New! Completion of extended Wi-Fi is just around the corner. Until recently the best only reliable place for Wi-Fi service has been the Club House. Now you can get Wi-Fi in the Ranch House Restaurant. Lonesome Pines campground is now receiving reliable service and soon Wi-Fi will be available in all campgrounds.

From 5 to 12 2011 season ended with 5 cabins fully operating. 2012 has started off big. Cabin 6 is already open and soon cabins 7-12 will be completed. The new cabins are complete with a flat screen tv with dvd player and as a bonus….Direct TV. Hey, I though we were suppose to be roughin’ it down here!

Casino Night

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Life in the Fast Lane

Conservation News

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Big Top Movies

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Security Rangers

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Valley Star

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Special Event

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Facility Hours

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As you have noticed, there is a new security office stationed at the Gate House. In the past members have had to make 2 stops on check-in. Now, with the new convenient location, both the check-in and ATV check in are done in one spot. Two lanes of traffic are being utilized. We speedy service, please keep the gate house lane clear for members who have completed the check in process. For members who are wishing to check in or register ATV’s the use of the gravel area is requested. We hope you enjoy your stay at Cloud 9 Ranch.

Annual Newsletter In Color! Many words of praise have came to the management and office on the annual newsletter this year. The color printing not only looks more professional to represent the Ranch but was also done by a printing company that was able to save the Ranch money over in-house black and white copies. It’s great to save money and get a better product!


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May 17th, 2012

May 24th Card Bingo 6:30PM Bring Quarters Patio Room 15 games @ .25 Cents Per Game May 25th Youth Center Silent Auction Bids Start at 10AM See all the cool auction items inside the Youth Center May 26th Craft House Flea Market 8AM T-Top May 26th Youth Pool Tournament 10AM Ranch Club House 1PM Adult Pool Tournament Prizes for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Place For each Division Please Be on Time! May 26th Family Fun Time! Bingo 1PM Cake Walk 2PM Patio Room May 26th School House Opens 2PM-4PM Stop By and Visit! May 26th Kids Fishing Spring Hill Pond 4PM

May 26th School House 5PM Flag Retirement Ceremony May 26th Adult Bingo Share the Wealth 5:45PM Regular Bingo 6:30PM Progressive X $34 in 28#’s Progressive Coverall $50 in 54 #’s May 26th Cruisers Club ~Casino Night Dinner 5PM-8PM Casino Opens 7PM Clubhouse May 26th “Disarray” Member Sponsored Country Band T-Top 8PM-12 Midnight

Have a safe and fun Holiday Weekend!

May 27th Activities Committee Poker Run 10AM Sign-up 1PM Start Time May 27th School House Opens 2PM-4PM Stop By and Visit! May 27th Adult Bingo Share the Wealth 5:45PM Regular Bingo 6:30PM

Big Top Family Movies Friday & Saturday Movie Night See Pool Attendant for more Details

May 28th School House Committee Pancake Breakfast 7AM-10:30 AM YUMMY!

Ranch Clubs & Committees are responsible for getting their news and events turned in to the Ranch Office by 4PM the Tuesday before the Thursday 9 Lines is printed. We need your help in submitting information in a timely manner. It is our goal to make sure the membership is well informed of Ranch Happenings. With your help we can do it!


May 24th, 2012

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June 16th-Annual Board Meeting and BOD Election Last weekend members had the opportunity to question and visit with the 2012 BOD candidates. The town hall type meeting was held in the Clubhouse Patio Room. All of the candidates were able to answer Ranch questions that were suggested by the members in the audience. Robert Butterfield, who is covering the IT operations of C9R, donated his time to record the Q & A session. As time permits, Robert will share video segments on the Cloud 9 forum. Request were made by the current BOD seats to make MTC available for the members who were unable to attend the Meet The Candidates in person. Thank you to all those who worked hard to make the MTC possible. Remember to Vote! Kevin Willis~BOD President

During the Memorial Weekend, Mike and Brenda will be on Site at Cloud 9 Ranch. Be sure to stop by the display located across from the Big Top Pool. 417-256-8444


May 24th, 2012

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RRC News~ Get Ready For a Fun Filled Week! The Ranch Riders Club will be assisting the Activities Committee for the Memorial weekend poker run. The Marble Shakers will be back! For A “Shaking Good Time� please come and join in! The poker run will be on Sunday May 27th. The RRC will have a display table at the Flea Markets where you can purchase your tickets for several raffle items. These include the $1200 50 / 50 and the Paulo Jr Design Coleman gas tailgate grill. The personalized license plates are still available, along with the new color RRC shirts and hats. Please remember, the RRC takes donations of your surplus hardware items etc. for use on RRC ranch projects, when you are doing your spring cleaning around your house or business. Contact Dale Cox, Lonesome Pine campground host to donate your items to the RRC. Ride Safe and Enjoy your stay at Cloud 9!


May 24th, 2012

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Cloud 9 Ranch~Cruisers Club The Cloud 9 Cruisers Club was chartered 2 years ago by a group of individuals who wanted to help around the Ranch by volunteerism. We support our endeavors by hosting a casino night twice a year on Memorial And Labor Day weekends. Last year we painted the picnic tables at various ranch spots including the campsites. We bought heavy duty weedeaters for the grounds crew and donated funds to purchase a much-needed part for the ranch computer system. We washed rental campers. The first year, the goup helped clear brush along the river. We refurbished fire rings at many campgrounds. In summer months, the Cruisers host an evening trail ride and potluck dinner each month. Being considered for this year's projects are landscaping at the cabins, updating playground equipment, donating to fire department, obtaining tables, lounge chairs, and umbrellas for the pools.

Visit Cowboy Rick During His live show at Cloud 9 Ranch May 26th

I Scream, U Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream! Dessert for Dinner is allowed on Thursdays in Melody Lane ANOTHER WAY TO CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF CLOUD 9 RANCH! DAYS GONE BY HOMEMADE COOKIE SWAP & ICE CREAM SOCIAL MELODY LANE CAMPGROUND (by the pond) THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012 – Round ‘bout 5:00 o’clock Bring your favorite homemade cookies to share & swap OR your favorite HOMEMADE ICE CREAM (store-bought will do) ready to dig in around 5:00 p.m. SO IF’N YOU WANT TO MAKE IT HERE, YOU BEST GET HERE EARLY

Bring your ice cream maker & ingredients, ‘Lectric provided for them new fangled machines you don’t have to crank y’self! Outdoor family games and activities available Bring a guitar or fiddle and do some pickin’ & grinnin’ Campfire & “Days Gone By” stories BYO drinks, lawn chairs or picnic blanket. (Will move to T-Top if it rains)

Cruisers Club is hosting a westernthemed Casino Night on May 26 at 7pm. Leave those 6 guns at home, let those doggies run in the pasture, and get ready to have a barrell of fun! $500 casino cash can be bought for a mere $10 to place some bets. You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em. Know when to walk away. Know when to run....on down to the Clubhouse. Don't y'all forget!

Ice Cream!!!! Melody Lane Thursday, May 24th Everyone is invited


May 24th, 2012

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Live Music at Cloud 9 Ranch This Weekend!

How Sweet ~

A group of Ranch Members with musical talent will be playing at the T-Top on Saturday, May 26th. Ranch members are invited to come to the TTop starting at 8pm. The group has been playing together for several years and would like to invite you out to enjoy the music! You may of heard them last season as they played from their campsite in Lonesome Pines. The evening is sure to be entertaining. Parents, please remember that this is not a Ranch Sponsored event and though the music will be family friendly, you are responsible for your children while visiting Cloud 9 Ranch.

Memorial Weekend the Ranch has activities for Kids of all ages. Special Family Bingo time & Cake Walk will take place in the Patio Room of the Club House. The start time is 1pm. Members who would like to volunteer to make “Sweets�are encouraged to help with the cake walk. The proceeds from the cake walk will go to the Employee appreciation dinner that is held at the end of the season. Please contact Judy

Bingo Callers/Workers Needed Judy Sweeten has asked for Ranch Members who are willing to donate some of their time to participate with Bingo. Workers and Bingo Callers are needed. If you would like to help out please contact Judy Sweeten.

Conservation Committee News The conservation committee has had a beautiful embroidered quilt made for them by a member/employee of the Ranch. The detailing on the Queen Size Quilt shows both wildlife and Ranch landscapes. Countless hours and stitches have gone into making this Ranch treasure. Be sure to stop by the Trading Post to view the quilt. Connie Dines decided to make the quilt as part of a fund raising effort of the Cloud 9 Ranch Conservation Committee. Tickets for a chance at winning the quilt can be purchased in the office or from a member of the Conservation Committee. Tickets are $5 each OR 5 for $20. Thank you Connie for your hard work and for supporting Ranch Conservation.

The Eagle Has Landed

Special Thanks

The Agape Water Garden, located on the lawn near the gate house, is a beautiful and peaceful place to set and rest awhile. This water garden was a vision of long time member, Pauline Bean. The past few years the water garden has become a reality due to her love of gardening, hard work and dream for members to have a welcoming entrance to the Ranch. If you should see her working in the Agape Garden this spring please stop and chat with her awhile. She loves to share her 35+ years knowledge of our Ranch. You may also notice that there is now an eagle watching over the water fall of the Garden. The Eagle has been placed in the garden in remembrance of Gene Bean. Gene was the chief of security at Cloud 9 way before the Ranch was then resort we know today. Special thanks to Chuck and Mary Lou for the donation of the eagle statue.

A great big thank you to all the Ranch Members who pitched in & made the Firehouse 40 a fun time for all! The enthusiasm that was shown was overwhelming & truly a great show of support. Thanks again.


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May 24th, 2012

Just for Kids Friday May 25thNight Owls-Big Top Family Movie Time-Show starts at dark. Snacks & sodas are available at the pool snack shack. Check with the pool attendant for movie selection.

Saturday May 26th9 AM-Just For Kids Radio Round-UP. Cowboy Rick & his partner, Arkansas Bev are sure to entertain. See a real stage coach from the 1800 ’ s. Be at the Lower Trading Post Parking Lot. You do not want to miss this live on-air broad cast. 10AM-Youth Pool Tournament Ranch Club House. 1PM-Family Bingo Ranch Patio Room 2PM-Kids Cake Walk Ranch Patio Room-Delicious Treats! 2PM-4PM-Valley Star School House Opens for Tours

Youth Center Hours Friday May 25 9AM-9PM Saturday May 26 9AM-5PM Lock IN 7PM-10PM Kids 3-10 Only Snacks, Games, Prizes & Fun

4PM-Kids fishing tournament at Spring Hill Pond. Get in on the door prizes & fishing instruction by the Ranch Conservation Committee. 5PM-School House Flag Retirement Ceremony Night Owls-Big Top Family Movie Time-Show starts at dark.

Sunday May 27th 9AM-9PM

Snacks & sodas are available at the pool snack shack. Check with the pool attendant for movie selection.

Sunday May 26th10AM-Youth Center Scavenger Hunt for teens 3PM-Youth Center-Games Prizes for Pre-Teens

Monday May 28th 9AM-5PM Family Pool

Youth Center News- Kids, We hope this will be the best year we have ever had at the Youth Center. I have lots of plans: Craft Classes every week and we now have 4 new arcade games. How Cool is that? We also have a new staff member this year. Her

Hours 10AM-10PM

Big Top Fun Batting Cages Snack Shack

name is Miss Sarah. Please make her feel welcome. Check Them Out! Be sure and stop by and visit us at the Youth Center. You will be glad you did and we are so glad you are here to join in on the fun! ~ Miss Sally

Basketball Courts Tennis Courts Mini-Golf Shuffle Board


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May 24th, 2012

TOP TEN WAYS TO MEET YOUR RANGERSJ

C9R Rules are designed for the preservation of our natural resources, safety and respect for all campers. All campers at C9R should familiarize themselves and their guests with the rules, particularly those relating to campground etiquette, ATV use and other safety precautions. Reading the Rule Signs at each campground is a good idea. Knowing the Rules will make your stay at C9R more enjoyable and safer for everyone. If you or a guest has a question about a rule, please ask your Camphost or a Ranger on duty for assistance. Do not ask or expect other C9R employees or members to interpret rules.

SPEED

If you don’t have a speedometer & you’re kicking up dust in a campground, you are speeding. Other campers having to eat your dust will let a Ranger know where to find you. Observe 10 MPH posted in all campgrounds & OTHER POSTED SPEED LIMITS. 25 MPH is the maximum speed anywhere inside the gate. CHILD SAFETY If you don’t watch out for your child’s safety, a Ranger will. All children activities should be monitored at all times. Teach your children to respect other campers. Letting a child, regardless of their age & riding ability, operate an ATV unaccompanied on the Ranch is very dangerous with unknown circumstances around every corner. It’s not like riding at home where there is no other traffic to deal with. CAMPSITE BOUNDARY (commonly called Waterlines) - (This receives the highest number of campground violations). Your campsite boundary is the buried utility lines that run at the back of campsites between the electrical hookups. You are encroaching on another campsite/common area when crossing/parking on that line. You must use ONLY the campsite assigned to your membership number, even when the area beside or behind you is unoccupied. Also, traffic over the buried utility (water)lines cost YOU in the long run. Ask a Camphost if you need overflow parking. Pull through pads are the ONLY exception.

CAMPFIRES

- Leaving a campfire unattended!! – leaving children under 18 outside do

not qualify.

PETS

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Leaving your pets unattended!! – Campers don’t like to see pets chained outside or hear them bark and they will report you. If you are away from your campsite, leave pets inside, but not for long periods of time. Also, pick up your pet “deposits” when you walk them in common areas (don’t use other campsites). ATV USE Operate an ATV before you register it!! Current year ATV sticker required before riding on any roads/trails. SINGLE FILE RIDING ONLY in the campgrounds and on Ranch main complex roads (no riding beside each other). Also, passing a slower vehicle of any kind is allowed ONLY when the slower vehicle pulls off the road, STOPS and motions for you to pass. COMMON AREAS Drive across or park in a Common Area or restricted use grounds!! Ranger duties include preservation of our natural resources and these areas. GUESTS Your guests probably don’t know the Ranch Rules and it is your responsibility to teach them. If you don’t, a Ranger will. MEMBERS are responsible for all violations of a sponsored guest!! NOISE People come to C9R for many reasons – many for peaceful relaxation – please respect this in the campgrounds and keep your campsite parties, fun, music and riding at reasonable noise levels for the benefit of other campers. Use Common Areas for large gatherings. NO noise during quiet hours -Midnight to 6 AM. RESPECT A Ranger’s job is to keep the main complex safe and secure for all campers. When a Ranger asks for your membership number, please do not hesitate to give it. They will inform you of rule violations and suggest remedies, but Rangers do not assess fines. Their authority is to issue a violation slip to any member and/or guest when a rule violation occurs (if an immediate remedy is not reached) or when reckless, disrespectful and/ or dangerous behavior is obvious. Being disrespectful to a Ranger, employee (or another member) may also get you a visit from Head of Security. WHEN DOCUMENTED, RULE VIOLATIONS ARE ASSESSED A Fine. ALL FINES MUST BE PAID BEFORE YOU LEAVE (OR PRIOR TO YOUR NEXT VISIT).

BEST WAY TO AVOID MEETING A RANGER IS TO READ YOUR RULE BOOK AND FOLLOW THOSE RULES


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May 24th, 2012

Season Grand Opening~ Memorial Weekend!

Historical Valley Star School

The C9R School house committee has a full season this year. Many of the events planned will be fun for the entire family. One of our purposes is to give others a view of what life in a one room school house might have been like. The School House will be open on weekend afternoons to host those wishing to visit. It will also be open at other times upon request for such visits and will schedule special events, tours, etc upon request. During the season we'll have some events to commemorate the Ranch's 40th anniversary. During the Memorial Weekend the group has planned an official “Flag Retirement Ceremony”. This ceremony is being presented by a 3 member team and lead by Commandor Larry Johns from the West Plains American Legion Post. The ceremony is to honor retired United States flags that have served. If you have a United States flag that is ready to be retired, this would be a good opportunity to respectfully retire the flag. It is a worthy time to honor and learn about the symbolism associated with the proper steps taken for flag retirement.

Open For Visitors Saturday May 26th Sunday May 27th 2PM –4PM Great time to tour

Valley Star School See School Marm “Barb”

Flag Retirement Ceremony Time: 5PM~Valley Star School

Activities Committee Information The Activities Committee would like to get everyone involved this year with the July 4th King and Queen selection and the Grand Marshall selection. This year, the Activities Committee asked each of the six different Ranch committees to nominate people in which they felt had done outstanding work as volunteers for C9R. The next phase of the selection process is up to you as members. From the list of Candidates that have been selected, each membership can vote one time in each of the 3 categories. There are voting forms available in the accounting office or you can clip the ballot from below to cast your vote. Voting buckets are in the Trading Post and in the Club House. We hope that everyone gets involved with the selection process this year. Voting begins today and ends at 4PM June 25th. Winners will be notified and posted in the 9 Lines.

Get Ready for July 4th Parade 2012 Theme

40 Years of Family Fun-July 7th at 6PM Independence Weekend at Cloud 9 Ranch King Candidates: Pick only 1 King ______Earl Rahlfs

Queen Candidates: Pick only 1 Queen _____Sally Dunlap

Grand Marshal Pick only 1 Grand Marshal _____Dale Hutto

______Chris Dantin

_____Deb Dantin

_____Earl Rahlfs

______Larry Armstrong ______Deanna Armstrong

_____Ed Horton

______Jim Crosby

____Betty “Boop” Hartfield

______Danita Crosby

Membership #___________ Remember Only ONE ballot is allowed per membership number. See Ya At the Parade!

Camp Host Has 9 Lines And Rule Books Available!


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May 24th, 2012

More Things for Kids of all Ages! Cowboy Rick and Arkansas Bev Visit Cloud 9 Ranch Saturday, May 26th 2012 Starts at 9AM Location: Lower Trading Post Parking Area Bringin’ the Stage Coach to Cloud 9 Ranch! Hear this amazing story in a live on air broad cast….. The Stagecoach Journey began in 1999 founded on a deep passion for the Old West. The Hamby family purchased the authentic 1858 Butterfield Stagecoach and began a year long restoration process on it. The Journey Stagecoach has a unique and significant past with its roots going back to 1858 when it was owned by The Butterfield Overland Company and was on the line in southern Arizona. Upon the Butterfield Overland Company going out of business in 1861, the Journey Stagecoach stayed in operation in Tucson, Arizona up until the turn of the century. In 1960, the stagecoach was brought out of retirement when purchased by the Herschend Family of Silver Dollar City, Branson and it became the coach for the Silver Dollar Stage Line. During its tenure at Silver Dollar City, it worked with such great acts as the Sons of the Pioneers, the Oak Ridge Boys, and others. Needing restoration it was again retired until 1999 when the Hamby’s purchased it. Wanting to put the stagecoach back into operation and with a noble cause, the Hamby family decided to make the first Butterfield Overland stage run since 1861, departing from Springfield, Missouri in March of 2001 and arriving in Tombstone, Arizona 63 days and 1400 miles later. As in the days of John Butterfield, one of our purposes was to deliver the mail as well. Delivering penpal letters from kids in the Midwest to kids around the country has become a passion and mission of the Journey Stagecoach and its crew. The Journey Stagecoach, pulled by its four magnificent bays, has now taken seven long distance trips and delivered thousands of penpal letters. Rick and Bev Hamby, known as Cowboy Rick and Arkansas Bev, host the Missouri Broadcasters Association award winning program "Just For Kids Radio Roundup". It is broadcast live from 9-10am Saturdays on 102.5 FM or www.kkdy.com. The interactive one hour program takes its listeners on a fun and exciting westward adventure through legend quest, map quest, trivia, and story time. Throughout the year, you can find Rick and Bev Hamby and the Journey Stagecoach presenting their elementary school program, "Plymouth Rock to the California Coast", or presenting a PowerPoint program on their many stagecoach adventures. You can contact Rick and Bev Hamby for your program or organization through www.kkdy.com.

Information Courtesy of : www.stagecoachjourney.com/history.htm

Bring the Kids!


Family Camping and ATV Resort for All Season's

Welcome to Cloud 9 Ranch Facility Hours CHAPEL Sunday Services

Stop By & Visit Us at C9R Friendly Reminder!

Ranch Members: 2012 Season Kicks Off -Please Remember WWW.CLOUD9RANCH.COM

OBSERVATIONS OF A FLORIDA BEER DRINKER I've noticed empty beer cans laying along the trails, roads and in the fire pits. Is this what happens when you drink Missouri beer? Do the empties swell up so they don't fit back in your coolers? Or, does the beer drinker forget where the empties belong? My Florida beer is almost gone and I'm leery about drinking Missouri beer because my memory is short enough and I'd hate to be the one that doesn't remember where to dispose of the empties. PLEASE use the can bins and let's keep C9R neat and put empty beer cans where they belong. THANKS, A FLORIDA C9R MEMBER

That The Gate House is Required to check both your membership and ID as you arrive. For speedy check-in service, have your membership card and Photo ID ready as you arrive. YOU ARE required to present these items each time you enter onto Cloud 9 Ranch. Please do your part in making the check -in process hassle free. Fish Stocking 2012 Date May 24th June 14th June 28th July 12th July 26th Aug 16th Aug 30th

Pounds 600 600 600 250 300 600 600

New stocking date will be on Thursday to allow 3 day permits to be more effective.

10AM

ACCOUNTING OFFICE Regular Hours Monday-Friday 8AM-4PM Holiday Hours: Thursday-Friday 8AM- 6PM Saturday & Sunday 8AM - 4PM Monday 10AM-2PM

TRADING POST Sunday-Thursday 8AM-9PM Friday –Saturday 8AM-10PM

VALLEY STAR SCHOOL Saturday-Sunday 2PM-4PM

WILDER CRAFT HOUSE Tuesday-Saturday1PM-4PM

GAS STATION Open Daily 8AM-8PM ******Holiday Hours****** May 25th-May 27th 8PM-10PM

RANCH STABLES Friday, Saturday & Sunday 3 Rides Daily 8AM 9:30AM and 11AM Monday & Thursday By Appointment Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesday

RESTAURANT Monday-Thursday 7AM-9PM Friday-Saturday 7AM-10PM Sunday 7AM-8PM

YOUTH CENTER Regular Hours Sunday-Wednesday 9AM-5PM Thursday-Saturday 9AM –9PM For Holiday Hours See Page 9

Big Top Swimming Pool, Batting Cages, & Snack Shack Monday-Friday 10:30AM-10PM Saturday-Sunday 10:30AM-10:30PM Water Aerobics Monday -Saturday 9:30AM

Adult Pool

Daily 10:30AM-10:30PM


The 9 Lines  

Memorial Weekend Edition of Cloud 9 Ranch News and Events. Hope Everyone has a Fun and Safe Weekend! See You at the Ranch!

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