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Buffalo Wyoming Cowboy Carousel - Bucking Bronco

Buffalo Wyoming Cowboy Carousel - Bucking Bronco

Lily Baxter She got her first horse at age 10 from rancher Kym Johnson of the Cross L Ranch.

Lily Baxter She got her first horse at age 10 from rancher Kym Johnson of the Cross L Ranch.

Yes, we have real cowboys in Wyoming!:

Cowboy Riding Horse, Shell, Wyoming, USA

Yes, we have real cowboys in Wyoming!:

University of Wyoming (Cowboy-Horse) 8x10 Rug

University of Wyoming (Cowboy-Horse) 8x10 Rug

600-08082918© Martin RuegnerModel Release: YesProperty Release: YesCowboy and Cowgirls Riding Horses with Castel Rock in the background, Shell, Wyoming, USA

600-08082918© Martin RuegnerModel Release: YesProperty Release: YesCowboy and Cowgirls Riding Horses with Castel Rock in the background, Shell, Wyoming, USA

Glory: Jahiel's stunning black and white images show the men and boys keeping the tradition alive in all their rugged glory

The last cowboys: Stunning black and white images show a rugged and romantic piece of Americana as it clings on for survival

Glory: Jahiel's stunning black and white images show the men and boys keeping the tradition alive in all their rugged glory

Wyoming Cowboys Football Wreath University of Wyoming

Wyoming Cowboys Football Wreath- University of Wyoming- Wyoming Bucking Horse-Steamboat-Perfect football decor for the avid fan!! Go Pokes

Wyoming Cowboys Football Wreath University of Wyoming

Butch Cassidy was a man who robbed, and he did it well. He and his now infamous gang, the “Wild Bunch,” pulled off dozens of robberies along the budding railways, nabbing thousands of dollars. Butch, or as his mother knew him, Robert LeRoy Parker, made a smart move when he and his gang realized that the cops were gaining on them, he and his buddy, the Sundance Kid, fled to South America. It is most widely accepted that they both died in a shootout in Bolivia, just a couple of years later.

Our Love Affair With the Mug Shot

Butch Cassidy was a man who robbed, and he did it well. He and his now infamous gang, the “Wild Bunch,” pulled off dozens of robberies along the budding railways, nabbing thousands of dollars. Butch, or as his mother knew him, Robert LeRoy Parker, made a smart move when he and his gang realized that the cops were gaining on them, he and his buddy, the Sundance Kid, fled to South America. It is most widely accepted that they both died in a shootout in Bolivia, just a couple of years later.

Travis Gillett Photography

Travis Gillett Photography

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