This was such a find, we had traveled to Yarnell to pay tribute to the Granite Mountain 19 Hotshots that were killed fighting the Yarnell Wildfire on June 30. and after we went to the memorial we stop in for some lunch.The Ranch House.
We were welcomed like we were family and the food was terrific, the hamburgers $7.25 were home made, not pre-made patties, home made pies, and plenty of fries and shakes to go.
Christmas decor was still up and there was a lot of it . The waitresses were friendly and just plain fun,.
Obviously this was the "Place", they greeted almost everyone that came in by their first name.
This town is still healing and needs your support, The Ranch House was nearly lost in the wildfire, 19 Hotshots gave their lives and as you look west out the front windows it's hard to believe that 19 young died a stone's throw from where we sat.