“It all comes back as I drive up into the high country of the eastern Sierras. Much has changed since my first trip to this area but the land is the same : stark, rough and beautiful. Snowcapped Mount Whitney rises to more than 14,000 feet just to the west, with other “fourteeners” peaking along the Sierra Nevada ridgeline. To the east lie the dry Inyo Mountains. Beyond them, stretching across into Nevada, is the infamous Death Valley desert. Its lowest point is 282 feet below sea level, and it’s towns are distinctive: Skidoo. Badwater. Then there’s Hell, California.”
– Jim Keen, Great Ranches of the West Author & Photographer
This beautiful award-winning 12×11 fine art, hard bound, coffee table book featuring over 30 ranches in 17 states with nearly 600 photographs will make a wonderful addition to any home or office, and be a showing of your support for America’s struggling farm and ranch families..