• PHOTOGRAPHY: ADAM SCHALLAU

    Three Men And A Canyon

    July 22, 2015

    A band of brothers discovers the obvious — that hiking down is the easy part

  • PHOTOGRAPHY: PETE WARZEL

    Bent’s Old Fort

    July 21, 2014

    A piece of Colorado history is kept alive by Kit Carson’s great-grandson. From a distance, the low-lying structure appears to …

  • PHOTOGRAPHY: RICHARD FIELD LEVINE

    But Now I Ride

    January 21, 2014

    There is no printed job description for “cowgirl.” After being asked to contribute an essay to C&I’s cowgirl issue, I …

  • PHOTOGRAPHY: DAVID ZICKL

    J.P.S Brown

    March 21, 2012

    After whiskey smuggling, gold prospecting, cattle trading, and heavyweight boxing, the author of Jim Kane has one final goal: to …

PHOTOGRAPHY: SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER COLLECTION/MUSEUM OF HISTORY & INDUSTRY

Fifteen Miles From Barrow

In the midst of an Arctic plain in Alaska, two lone monuments commemorate the place where Will Rogers and Wiley Post died in a fateful plane crash.

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PHOTOGRAPHY: LISOVSKAYA NATALIA/SHUTTERSTOCK

Grill Like Duke

The Official John Wayne Way to Grill cookbook offers fans a taste of the American Icon’s appetite for food — and life.

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PHOTOGRAPHY: GRADDY PHOTOGRAPHY/COURTESY TANQUE VERDE RANCH

A Dozen Dude Ranches

Want to escape city life and get back in the saddle? We’ve got 12 great options ranging from rustic to …

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PHOTOGRAPHY: AARON DOUGHERTY, STYLING: KRISTIN GREEN MEYER

Western Ware

From the topmost plate down to the napkin ring, set a table to remember. Table Trimming Turquoise napkin ($19.95 for …

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PHOTOGRAPHY: AT THE SAND CREEK MASSACRE BY HOWLING WOLF/FALLEN MEMORIAL ART MUSEUM/OBERLIN COLLEGE

Sand Creek Massacre

This quiet tributary in eastern Colorado was meant to be a place of peace. Instead, it marks one of our …

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PHOTOGRAPHY: ROBERT STRICKLAND

Cured

Steve McHugh is serving more than charcuterie at his San Antonio restaurant — he’s serving a second chance. Steve McHugh, …

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PHOTOGRAPHY: THE TEXAS COLLECTION, BAYLOR UNIVERSITY

The Crash At Crush

The idea was ludicrous, but simple: to crash two trains. The result? Explosive beyond belief. It’s 1896 in Texas. The …

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PHOTOGRAPHY: PETE WARZEL

Bent’s Old Fort

A piece of Colorado history is kept alive by Kit Carson’s great-grandson. From a distance, the low-lying structure appears to …

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