Tarryall-Cline Ranch is a story stalled in time. Comprised of vacant structures grounded in windswept high alpine plain, the land reads like a timeline — echoing the excitement of mining booms, the slowed pace of ranch life, and the ever-present, rugged beauty of the Rockies. As a landscape scarred, worked to its productive potential and finally left to ecological reclamation, the ranch filled numerous roles in its lifetime; today, the ranch’s structures and meadows require restoration and new purpose. Tarryall-Cline Ranch represents landscape valuation, hard work, and productive ground—a heritage disappearing from Colorado’s rural landscapes. To protect the interpretive legacy as well as imbue with reinterpretation, Bluegreen was called upon to develop a unified vision and master plan. The plan seeks to uncover the past and stage the future through gradations of stabilization and new growth. It provides a framework to improve the historic ranch headquarters to accommodate new uses while rehabilitating the structures to preserve the historic qualities of this unique South Park ranch. Restoring and repurposing the existing ranch house will not only revivify the unique architecture but will provide a center for visitors to connect with the site and each other. Elements of the plan are sensitive to the entire spectrum of potential visitors, from families to equestrians to weary travelers. An interpretive boardwalk invites visitors to discover the rich mining, agricultural, and ecological history of the property while a family play area gives children an opportunity to engage with the site in a completely new way. Interpretive trails with unobtrusive seating invites one to rest and contemplate. The plan excavates history from the landscape, revealing connections and relationships between culture and ecology. Tarryall-Cline Ranch is a poem of place; conceptions of old and new serve as orientation along lines of landscape, verticality, and time.