Rancho de la Osa (Ranch of the Bear) is steeped in history.  Originally a Native American outpost, it later became a Jesuit Missionary. In 1916, Pancho Villa raided and attempted to take over the ranch. A cannonball from the attack was imbedded in the adobe wall of the hacienda for years!  In the 1960’s, the ranch became the playground of politicians, including LBJ and Hubert Humphrey.  Then Hollywood came calling – John Wayne was a frequent guest, as was western star Tom Mix, actress Joan Crawford and western author Zane Grey.