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The Art of the Cowboy Way

J.P.S. Brown tells of a prodigal son who discovers his true calling thanks to his father and ranch living.

By J.P.S. Brown

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At Home with Luke Perry

In honor of the 25th anniversary of Lane Frost's tragic death, we're bringing back articles we've run on the iconic bull rider, including this interview from Luke Perry.

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The Legend Lives On

Lane Frost would have turned 50 this year, but despite being gone for almost 25 years, he continues to influence the sport of bull riding and rodeo.

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At Home With Ned LeDoux

Ned Ledoux is the second oldest child of late rodeo and music icon Chris LeDoux. Ned and his four siblings grew up on the family ranch near Kaycee, Wyo., and he played drums in his father’s band, Western Underground, until Chris passed away in 2005. Today, Ned keeps his father’s legacy alive with a revamped lineup of Western Underground, which recently performed a musical stage show based on Chris’ music called One Ride. A Western tour is slated for later this year.

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Chicken-Fried Steak

Ree Drummond, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks, says the secret to this cowboy classic is to double dip the meat for maximum crust.

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Basic Grilled Baby Back Ribs

It just isn’t summer without ribs, and they don’t get much easier than this.

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Cowboy and Flyboy

Montana rancher Hank Esp learned to fly airplanes in the service and, at 88 years old, he still gets airborne almost every day and horseback any time it’s necessary.

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