I am trying to come up with a name for our farm/ranch. Not sure what the difference really is (Frank said he thought it has to do with size now, but in the past...a farm was a place where the ground was turned for crops and a ranch was strictly cattle). We used to do both, but the last several years it has been cattle. It doesn't really matter to me whether I use the term ranch or farm (whichever sounds best). [FYI - We have about 40 acres of land.]
Here is what I've come up with so far...
CLEAR Ranch (C from Champ, LE from LEE, A from Anthony and R from Rance - spells CLEAR)
CLEAR Water Ranch (Frank's suggestion - not going to tell you why he suggested it)
Dry Creek Ranch/Farm - we have a creek on our land and it stays dry most of the time
Dogwood Hills - we have lots and lots of dogwood trees in the uncleared acreage of our property (which is hillside)
Which one is your favorite? Or do you have a suggestion that's completely different? Someone out there that's more creative than I am, please help me.