The ranch we hunted was very mountainous, with many canyons and drainages. There was a road system that was fairly well maintained throughout the ranch and was used to access the various hunting areas. The ranch accommodation was a one-hour drive from the main road and behind two locked gates. We did not see another hunter or another vehicle here. Camp consisted of an abandoned "boys camp." Two hunters bunked to a room, each with a bed featuring a four-inch foam pad. There was a fireplace in each room, a wash sink, flush toilet and a stall shower with hot running water. A separate building was used for cooking and eating. This structure had a large pantry storage area, gas stoves, griddles, a large freezer, hot and cold running water, seating for 20 people and comfortable furniture situated around a fireplace. Clark had a full-time cook in camp who put out three meals a day and kept the place spotlessly clean. He would also do laundry if asked.
"In camp there was at least one cowboy who had worked the ranch and would go out with us. The cowboys here will bring horses if you want to use them; alternately, you can use the quads that Clark supplies. Once a deer is killed, the cowboys pack the animal out. They will also skin, cape and take care of the meat from any animal you kill.