He made 43 visits to the ranch as president, totaling just about a year in his home state.
He does not remember exactly when they first moved onto the ranch.
Bush, who visited his Crawford, Texas, ranch 77 times during his eight years in office, lashed out at legislators in April 2007.
Johnny was raised to the old life and law on a ranch overhanging the Madison River.
He was a Democratic freshman state rep, straight off the ranch in Haskell, Texas.
I feel that this ranch is uncanny, and things are not as they should be.
It was dark most of the way, and it was midnight when I got to the ranch.
Briarwood began to be a different sort of place for the ranch girl.
Nimrod and I had been lured to the Cuttle Fish ranch to go on a wolf hunt.
Only when they were fairly down on the floor of the valley did they see the ranch houses.
1808, "country house," from American Spanish rancho "small farm, group of farm huts," from Spanish rancho "mess-room," originally, "group of people who eat together," from ranchear "to lodge or station," from Old French ranger "install in position," from rang "row, line" (see rank (n.)).
Sense of "large stock-farm and herding establishment" is from 1831. Of houses, "single-story, split-level" (adj.) from 1950; as a noun from 1960. Ranch-house attested from 1862.
1866, from ranch (n.). Related: Ranched; ranching.