Bonny’s life experiences have taken her across the west, but Montana is home. Bonny grew up traveling to tennis tournaments and A-circuit horse jumping events. She competed from California to Montana, including a win at the prestigious Rebecca Farm 3-day event near Whitefish, MT as a junior competitor. Despite a schedule that was sometimes hectic, Bonny’s family always made time to spend summers at their cabin on the Bitterroot River and moved to Montana where Bonny finished high school. Flyfishing on Montana rivers became Bonny’s sanctuary. Bonny came to love Montana so much that she decided to attend college at The University of Montana. At UM, Bonny played division one varsity tennis and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance. In those college summers, she worked as a Wildland Firefighter for the US Forest Service. After college, Bonny moved to Vail, Colorado, and then to Denver. There, she helped people achieve their fitness goals as a Master Personal Trainer and CrossFit program director until she started her career in Real Estate. Bonny served on multiple committees for the Denver Athletic Club and was actively involved in the squash community. Bonny was a Realtor for Liv Sotheby’s International Realty in Denver. She won the Denver Metro Association of Realtors Round Table of Excellence Award for her successful transactions. Now Bonny has moved back to the mountains and rivers of western Montana. She is licensed in Montana with DeVries Real Estate and stays active in Colorado’s market through View West Properties. She specializes in Ranches, Land, Waterfront, and Residential properties. She believes in transparency and always places her client’s best interests first. She brings experience from one of the most competitive markets in the US. Bonny uses all of DeVries Real Estate and View West Properties' state-of-the-art strategies, developed over decades, to deliver the best possible outcomes for her clients. Outside of Real Estate, Bonny helps her husband Philip Ramsey, Ph.D. on the 16,000-acre MPG Ranch where they also live. Philip is the Lead Scientist and General Manager of this renowned biological research station that focuses on developing the best science for land management. Philip works with Bonny to help her clients find ideal properties. Bonny-Bleu and Philip also own and operate a fly fishing retreat on the West Fork of the Bitterroot River.