Living West

Where Have All The Monarchs Gone?

The good news about the precipitous decline in the population of everyone’s favorite migrating butterflies? It’s not too late to reverse it.

Paradise Found

At Philmont Scout Ranch in northern New Mexico, the legend began long before the Boy Scouts showed up.

Oklahomans, OK!

“Okla” is Choctaw for people. As much as it’s red earth and blue skies, mountains and lakes, tornadoes and earthquakes, and oil and gas, it’s Reba and Blake and hundreds of other Oklahomans who’ve shaped not just the state but the country.

Create Your Own Vintage Dream Machine

Convert a vintage truck into a dream machine with Legacy Classic Trucks.

The Miles City Bucking Horse Sale Is Like Mardi Gras for Cowboys

In the world of rodeo, the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale is in a category all by itself.

Ranching Family Values

Ranch sorting is one of the fastest-growing equine sports thanks to a family-friendly format that encourages riders from 7 to 77 to saddle up and get in the pen.

Hitched Horsehair Bridles Have a History Behind Bars

Before they produced license plates, inmates in the West served some artistic time making hitched horsehair bridles.

The Women of the Last Great Race

For the women who mush almost 1,000 miles across frozen Alaska in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, it’s all about grit.