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During the interview process for the “Double Tough” story (p. 22), the subject, Oklahoma cowboy Lee Patterson told me, “I was working in a welding shop and I thought, ‘Man, this ain’t me.’ I took a job cutting hay and driving a tractor just to get back outdoors. I’m just an outside kind of person.” Read more »
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