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Bronze horses
Eagle Bronze Foundry workers are dwarfed by the size of these bronze horses created in Lander by the Italian-American artist Arturo Di Modica. They were recently shipped to Sicily. (Photo credit: Bill Sniffin)
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Giant bronze horses created in Cowboy State, headed for Sicily

In a state where the cowboy culture of horses is almost a religion, it was fitting that two of the largest horses in the world were created here. Keep Reading | 1112 words

Lander Wyoming Loop Road
Folks who live on the east side of the Wind River Mountains have a tradition of getting “looped,” as often as possible. This is my term for driving the spectacular Loop Road.
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Sinks Canyon and Loop Road are magical places this time of year

Folks who live on the east side of the Wind River Mountains have a tradition of getting “looped,” as often as possible. This is my term for driving the spectacular Loop Road. Keep Reading | 1505 words

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