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Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Strawberry Jam Part IV:  Fugitives and Posses

Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Strawberry Jam Part IV: Fugitives and Posses

We left our instigators of mayhem riding away from the shoot out between themselves and four lawmen, which left two of those lawmen…

Trail’s End – The Gable House

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Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Strawberry Jam Part III:  The Shootout

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