“It was quite evident that [Paul Wallop] had returned to Canyon Ranch many years before, not for a title or wealth, but because the tug of home was tenacious for him. The Lord of this castle fixed the fences and maintained all the homes and barns, with contentment being his greatest wealth.

Like his great-grandfather, he too was a remittance son who had come home to take over the duties of his family property…. He has a genuine labor of love carried by a sense of pride in his family and the man who came over 120 years ago to experience the American West.”

Source:  McClendon, Rachael. “Belonging to the Land.” Covey Rise April 1, 2019.

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