A llama in the stables.
A female camel.
Maggie and Lucie feeding the camels.
Having been on the ranch for generations, the Passows also provided a lot of local history on those that settled the area following the Oklahoma land rush. A few of their homes still stand in some condition. One still had remnants of newspapers glued to the interior walls that had been used for wallpaper. He didn’t say so, but since they had no insulation in the walls, the layers of paper probably helped keep the winter winds from whistling through.
A root cellar of hand-hewn stone.
...and a view of the interior.
The homestead of an original homesteader.