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The West’s best cowboy destinations often are not along the Interstate or near a major airport. Here are 10 small towns that continue to honor their horse, cattle and cowboy heritage.

Seventeen years ago, photographer Adam Jahiel embarked on a mission to document buckaroo life. Thousands of images later, he says he's still discovering the secrets of one of America's most unique cultures.

Montana rancher Darrell Stevenson teams up with two Russian cattlemen to export an entire cow outfit to the Russian steppes. In the first of a three-part series, the author rides along with the Stevenson cowboys to the land of borscht, fallow land and the $75 steak dinner. 

Bob Moline

Bob MolineDiabetes and depression nearly robbed Bob Moline of his art and saddlemaking careers.  But the artist is back in the studio with a new vision and respect for the way of life he portrays.






Project Cowboy

Project CowboyProject Cowboy is rounding up the most talented cowboys and cowgirls in a search for “the Great American Horseman.” Entries for Project Cowboy are rolling in, but space is limited to 200 competitors ready to be launched into stardom. Entries are open until September 1.

Want to know more about the 15 people chosen for Texas Ranch House, the Public Broadcasting Service’s reality program featured in this month’s “Living History?” Well, here’s your chance. Biographical information on each participant follows below. For more information on the series, scheduled to air May 1-4 on local PBS stations, visit www.pbs.org/ranchhouse.