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our stories begin
Johnson County, Wyoming, is a place of legend and living history that calls people from all around the world to explore one of the few unspoiled places left in the American West. What began with sheepherders, cattle barons, renegades, and rustlers in Buffalo and Kaycee, Wyoming, have become welcoming western towns that deeply touch those who visit. Some so much so, they never leave.
Four such travelers who came to experience both the beauty of the Bighorn Mountain wilderness and the Western frontier share what brought them out west and why they love Johnson County, Wyoming, so much they now (or hope to soon) call this picture-perfect community home.
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