This cyber world is a funny place. Your name ends up there without you even knowing about it. So has happened with our ranch in the French travel guide called Le Petit Futé. Since I speak not a word of French, I hope that nothing funny is written there – like “their horses are tiny”, or “they have a bear for a dog” (Medo means honey bear, I keep telling people, but nobody listens). Maybe some of you francophone people can take a look and let me know if I need to call the editor to have a word with 🙂 . Nevertheless, the people from Petit Fute were here and must have had a good time, but they never revealed their identity. I have to give it to them, as they did not try to buy their way with press badges and promises. They allowed us to do what we do best: give them time of a lifetime.

So, if you are a French-only speaking person, you may decide to come to the ranch after reading about us in Le Petit Futé. I will not be able to speak to you, but sure as hell I will give you a ride of your life. Ça marche?!

Linden Tree at Le Petit Futé: http://www.petitfute.com/v70631-velika-plana/c1166-hebergement/c153-gite/1430404-linden-tree-retreat-amp-ranch.html

Bruce

PS. Glen (an actor below) also could not say a word in French, but it all turned out pretty good, would’n you say? Except where he calls Atilla “the old Samson”. Atilla did not forget that.