Crow Mountain Guest Ranch in Slipoff Hollow, Ala., is shown on July 16, 2011. It has been an equestrian facility for 28 years. Current owners Carl and Katrina Hubbard have transformed part of a barn into guest rooms for horse lovers and nature lovers who want to visit. Those seeking a longer term experience can buy a ranch share. L-r- are Katrina and Carl Hubbard, who love to share their ranch with folks seeking a stress-busting, off-the-grid trip. (AP Photo/The Birmingham News, Beverly Taylor).
Crow Mountain Guest Ranch in Slipoff Hollow, Ala., is shown on July 16, 2011. It has been an equestrian facility for 28 years. Current owners Carl and Katrina Hubbard have transformed part of a barn into guest rooms for horse lovers and nature lovers who want to visit. Those seeking a longer term experience can buy a ranch share. L-r- are Katrina and Carl Hubbard, who love to share their ranch with folks seeking a stress-busting, off-the-grid trip. (AP Photo/The Birmingham News, Beverly Taylor).
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published Monday, August 8th, 2011
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