Paradise Ranch, you may recall, consists of 777 acres of the Allegheny Mountains and an 11,000-square-foot stone and cedar lodge, plus several barns, caretaker's quarters, a lighted sporting clays range and other miscellaneous buildings. It's located in the middle of Pennsylvania's blue-ribbon trout fishing and is only a four-hour drive from New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington and Cleveland.
Beaver asked us to point out that you take an online tour of Paradise Ranch by going to www.toparadise .com. Simply click on the flashing icon that reads "Click Here" at the bottom of the page. If you're interested in actually buying the place, he tells us the person to contact is auctioneer Col. K. R. Miller, Jr.