Ron Cooper
on Google Maps

Ron Cooper's conversations

A very nice shot! Greetings Mika!

vero... ma senza il tenebrismo..pietgazz e unno momento felice....Grazie tante per il complimenti e la visita.Ivadis.

thank you, tu-quoque for your visit and kind words! VLD9

Very good picture.

Just amazing. Thank you for this photo.

Just wanted to tip my hat to the creator of this site. Cascade head Ranch was developed by my grandfather, Douglas Lowell, and my uncle Mike lowell (whom the club house was named after. Great pics, makes me long to get back out there.

What a great place to take photos. Love the colors, love the crisp sharp image and great use of interesting fore-ground rocks. Well done!

I think there are still pumps operating in the area. There are no longer any restaurants in town. We had to go south to Fairfax (I think) to have a meal when we visited last. My sister and I were going back for another visit this weekend but my relatives that live there won't be there so we will have to postpone till June of this year maybe. I was hoping to go before it got HOT! I may still go on my own.

I've heard a story of an old man who had a heart attack in a pig pen while feeding them and there wasn't much left to identify! It was days afterward when he was noticed missing! Don't know if its a true story or not. It was supposed to be anyway.

Yea, upload some pics already! I'll upload more whenever we do go back...

alberto..., beautiful record of a work, congratulations!

Thanks for the visit and comment my gallery.

Greetings from Dourados - MS - Brazil

hi Ron, the new spa will open on Jan., 19 th. It's pretty close to Lux.-city. The country's first spa is located in Mondorf-les-Bains which is about half an hour's drive from Lux.-city. This new spa has been built by the two communes of Bertrange and Strassen and is supposed to attract 1000 people a day which would be really impressing considering the size of the two communes! Send me a mail when you're in Luxembourg so we can have a beer together!



  • loading Loading…


Ron Cooper's groups