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Wall Street Journal House of the Day – Featuring Salmon Prairie Ranch

October 17, 2019 Bill McDavid

The Wall Street Journal has selected Salmon Prairie Ranch as the House of the Day. The main home has four bedrooms and four full baths on two stories with a walkout basement below, as well as a large deck perched over the bank to allow for a grand view of the river. This home is built to minimize maintenance obligations so you can shut the door, travel, and not worry about a thing.

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Editorial and Opinion

Fly Fishing Gaining Traction Among Millennials

October 16, 2019 Hall and Hall

For those who can afford the leisure time and some rudimentary equipment, fly fishing offers a reason to be outdoors, a closer connection to nature, an avenue for environmentalism, built-in community, opportunity for creative expression, and a lifetime’s worth of niche expertise.

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Editorial and Opinion

Fall Photography Roundup

October 11, 2019 Hall and Hall

Here's a roundup of some of our favorite fall photography from listings all across the country. While spring and summer have their allure with blooming flowers, warm temperatures, and sunny skies, there is something special about autumn that really makes us aware of the beautiful landscapes surrounding us.

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Hall and Hall Auctions Update

October 3, 2019 Scott Shuman

Our most talked about auction in 2019 will most likely be talked about for quite a long time. In December of 2018 we were contacted to market 546± acres along with 6.75 Highland Ditch Shares and 176 C-BT water units located about 25 miles north of Denver. We knew this would create competition between farmers, developers and municipalities.

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Editorial and Opinion

Adventures in Alaska

September 23, 2019 Adam Deakin

I had the wonderful opportunity to roam around some beautiful country with my beautiful girlfriend in southeast Alaska near the end of August. This was a great time to visit the last frontier state. The mosquitoes were minimal, and the weather was just beginning to feel like fall.

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