Hunewill Guest Ranch

<b>Distance</b>:  365 miles one-way.<br>
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The heifers are acting surly, but my horse pushes forward. My young crew of 10 or so cowpunchers encircles about 30 head of cattle on a wide pasture in the shadow of a sawtooth mountain just west of Bridgeport. Our horses slowly lead the cattle toward a gate at the far end of the field.<br>
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"Move on," I yell, as I nudge my mount with the heel of my boot. "Heeeaaah!"<br>
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For a moment, I think I'm a cow-herding, range-riding, genuine cowboy.<br>
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-- Hugo Martín<br>
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( Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times / June 15, 2008 )

Distance: 365 miles one-way.

The heifers are acting surly, but my horse pushes forward. My young crew of 10 or so cowpunchers encircles about 30 head of cattle on a wide pasture in the shadow of a sawtooth mountain just west of Bridgeport. Our horses slowly lead the cattle toward a gate at the far end of the field.

"Move on," I yell, as I nudge my mount with the heel of my boot. "Heeeaaah!"

For a moment, I think I'm a cow-herding, range-riding, genuine cowboy.

-- Hugo Martín

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