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Date Posted: 22:39:56 05/12/19 Sun
Author: steve j
Subject: Re: BONANZA Diamond Jubilee weekend at PONDEROSA II recap
In reply to: Gary McDonald 's message, "Re: BONANZA Diamond Jubilee weekend at PONDEROSA II recap" on 10:10:12 05/11/19 Sat

Gary, thank you for your response! Very interesting. Looks like the other buildings have found a home but the centerpiece, the Cartwright Ranch House, could be in limbo. I would hope they all wind up together. I do suppose it would be wise to accommodate modern-day building codes. I truly hope the funds can be raised for the project.

Thanks again,

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[> [> [> Re: BONANZA Diamond Jubilee weekend at PONDEROSA II recap -- Mary S, 20:13:55 09/22/19 Sun [1]

It's good to hear that the ranch house hasn't vanished. I remember, years ago, being at the nearby Hyatt and walking along the road for a few minutes, and there it was! Not quite the same, but still fun to have nearby and at Tahoe. The celebration sounds like fun. I go way back with Bonanza - my dad won a color set in '59, and there were "discussions" about watching Bonanza or Perry Mason, my mother's favorite. (They compromised.) I got the tee shirt for the 60th and wore it the other night when I was walking along the Potomac in Washington, DC. A lot of people reacted to it, and that was fun.

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