Some people believe the cowboy and cowgirl lifestyle is history, a relic of America’s storied past that is no more. But that’s not how Tamara Gooch sees it. There’s something unique in the way the West sparks her spirit. She senses it when she’s out in the vast landscape. Here, she can smell the sagebrush-scented air and hear the leaves rustled by mountain breezes.
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