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Down That Dusty Trail

Earlier this year I had some cowboy photographs and an article I wrote appear in Men’s Journal magazine. Here is that spread, and here is the article I wrote for them: Each fall in Montana, cowboys and cowgirls still lead cattle drives pretty much the way they always have. With grit, guts, and gumption. A horseshoe’s toss from the …

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21st Century Cowboys

See More Photos Every member of his family has done it almost exactly the same way for more than a hundred years. Only the names have changed. Nestled near the Powder River and well off the beaten path in southcentral Montana is the Stewart Ranch—a fourth generation operation that has raised cattle in these parts …

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Tongue River Ranch

Located south of Miles City where Ash Creek, Foster Creek, Liscom Creek and Beaver Creek meet the Tongue River is one of state’s more storied ranches. Started by William Nefsy, and then later added to by his son-in-law, C.M. Coffee, the Tongue River Ranch is as much part of Montana’s history as it is integral …

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Lost Montana

The flat, open plain of north central Montana, out in the middle of nowhere, is the last place you would expect to find a church. Surely this one was built in better times.

Big Sky Ranching

Montana, the fourth largest state, is largely known for its mountains in the far western part of the state. Its name, after all, comes from the Spanish word montaña for “mountain.” But east of those peaks, a far larger slice of the state is defined by its expansive prairies, the Missouri River, and its many …

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Cow Appreciation Day

Today is Cow Appreciation Day. It is kind of a gimmick coined by Chick-fil-A a few years ago, but somehow it continues to be used nationally to honor the cows. Can you imagine a world without cows? Unfortunately, the cow has been getting a bit of a bad rap lately. That large, domesticated ungulate that …

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