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Sure, the ranch hands occasionally get to talk to John, and John will sometimes send one of his sons down to live in the bunkhouse so he can relearn the value of a hard day’s work or something.
In this case, the “family” is the makeshift group of people who live in the bunkhouse on the Dutton ranch.
The other men of the camp lived in two orange buses, one was the cookhouse and one the bunkhouse.
After checking in, they’d dropped their luggage in a bunkhouse and listened to warnings about fire danger so extreme that cigarette smoking was forbidden everywhere but on the concrete patio, which also included a grill.
The girls stood perfectly still until they saw the bunkhouse door opened and closed again behind the two.
The two voices trailed away as Tom and his father moved toward the cowboys bunkhouse.
At the corral fence they separated, Gale going on to the ranch house and Jim into the cowboys bunkhouse.
Half way to the bunkhouse, Randerson was met by Uncle Jepson.The Range Boss|Charles Alden Seltzer
"Let's take a look at the big bunkhouse and see if that is being used also," suggested Phil.The Ranger Boys and the Border Smugglers|Claude A. Labelle