Triple H.H.H. is a family owned
and operated business.
The first building you will notice is the Old Dallas
Train Depot. The depot was built in about 1909 in the Village
of Dallas. It was moved to Triple H.H.H. in the Spring of 1997 Where it was restored by family and friends. It is still a work
in progress but not bad for a ninety-eight year old
building. It now serves as
a small store and office for Triple H.H.H. Equestrian Center.
bunkhouse is the next building you will
see. It was built about the same time as the Depot. It was used to house coal for
the steam engines. Later it was used as a warehouse for Lamperts
Lumber. It was also moved to Triple H.H.H. in the Spring of 1997,
where it was completely rebuilt by our family.
Going west from the bunkhouse you will come to the
Triple H.H.H. Hall It was moved in the Spring of 1998.
It served the Barron Area School District first as a administration office
then later as classrooms at the high school.
the Hall you will notice a small building with an open porch. We
call it the "cook shack." It was moved to Triple H.H.H. in the
Fall of 2000. This building was the
former Hillsdale Gas Station.
I am not sure of the exact year the station was
built, but I would be willing to bet Model T cars filled their
building to join the family at Triple H.H.H.
is the Cowboy Shack. It was used as a milk house on the Morris and Donna Lystig farm. We moved it in December of 2005 and it still is a work in progress.
We hope to have it
ready for use by the spring of 2007.
The Triple H.H.H.
dome was built in the summer of 1998. It is a steel arch building. It is used as an
indoor arena and has been used for weddings, parties, and barn dances.
Triple H.H.H. is a working cattle ranch. During your
visit with us, you will see our herd of beef cattle grazing in the
This is just one of the trails
at Triple H.H.H.
For our guests, the trails may
be used for hiking or mountain biking.
This bridge is on one of the hiking trails. It's a fun
way to spend a warm summer afternoon.
I Thought this was a fun picture. The trees are just
starting to change color. First few rows of corn had been
This picture was taken from one
of my favorite places on the ranch.
It shows the stable and the old
Dallas Train Depot in the front. The depot is one of
the building we moved in and rebuilt.
For those interested in the
history, the Dallas Depot was built in 1909 in the village of
Dallas it was once the home of the Blue Berry Express.
The Blue Berry was one of the
steam engines that use to travel the rail lines between
Dallas and Exeland, Wisconsin
Up close picture of the depot.
The windmill in the background is restored to
original working condition. It pumps water just like it would
have 100 years ago.
It may have been a hot dry
summer but the fall was worth it.
Below are a few photos of our friends enjoying the trails
at Triple HHH Equestrian
Triple HHH & 3Bar Tack
Located: 2 miles East of Hillsdale, Wisconsin
or 8 Miles West of Chetek on "D" to 16 1/2 Street
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