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Wind River Back Country Horsemen volunteer to clear trails

Sep 28, 2013 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

Even in a state known for its cowboys, Wyoming horsemen still have to fight for what belongs to them and their animals when it comes to trail closures in the ...


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After a biscuits and gravy breakfast, the Greenwell family -- from left, Sunny, Keegan, Jeff and Laini -- set out on an early morning ride on the horse trails at Sinks Canyon State Park. The family participates in Wind River Back Country Horsemen, which celebrated the parent organization's 40th anniversary with dinner and a camping trip Sept. 21 at Sawmill Creek campground. Photos by Alejandra Silva

After a biscuits and gravy breakfast, the Greenwell family -- from left, Sunny, Keegan, Jeff and Laini -- set out on an early morning ride on the horse trails at Sinks Canyon State Park. The family participates in Wind River Back Country Horsemen, which celebrated the parent organization's 40th anniversary with dinner and a camping trip Sept. 21 at Sawmill Creek campground. Photos by Alejandra Silva


After a biscuits and gravy breakfast, the Greenwell family -- from left, Sunny, Keegan, Jeff and Laini -- set out on an early morning ride on the horse trails at Sinks Canyon State Park. The family participates in Wind River Back Country Horsemen, which celebrated the parent organization's 40th anniversary with dinner and a camping trip Sept. 21 at Sawmill Creek campground. Photos by Alejandra Silva

After a biscuits and gravy breakfast, the Greenwell family -- from left, Sunny, Keegan, Jeff and Laini -- set out on an early morning ride on the horse trails at Sinks Canyon State Park. The family participates in Wind River Back Country Horsemen, which celebrated the parent organization's 40th anniversary with dinner and a camping trip Sept. 21 at Sawmill Creek campground. Photos by Alejandra Silva

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