The Bar Fork Ranch Barn (1895), “the largest log barn in Colorado,” has been capped with a shiny corrugated metal roof and converted to the office, auditorium, library, and classrooms for a preparatory school. More recent additions to this ranch campus include a beehive-shaped brick and adobe art studio inspired by both Navajo hogans and the area's beehive coke ovens. Rustic log and frame construction are used in other one-story classrooms and dormitories, including two octagonal structures.
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Colorado Rocky Mountain School
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