A beautiful black stallion they call Fury, ridden by an even more stunning woman with long raven hair flowing out in the wind behind her, makes for a remarkable picture. However, this setting is not the hills of Scotland, or Ireland--no this is the open prairie and rolling hills of Wyoming. The southernmost part of Wyoming where the borders of Colorado meet.
Between the Snowy Range mountains west of Laramie and Elk Mountain range west of that range lay Saratoga Hot Springs, and 50 more miles to the southeast of all these natural Wyoming wonders lay this valley of beautiful fields of wildflowers and flowing streams in the summer; but in the winter, the snow blows and the wind howls. However, no matter the season, this is where the most fantastic sunsets in the country are right here--but I maybe partial, thought Zach Gannett, because this is where the Gannett family lives and prospers. Where no one is allowed to come along and take away their land, or peace of security, or disrupt the love of family.
Others tend to be jealous of what they have, not so much by way of land and cattle, but by way of family love, because family means everything to the Gannett’s and they will defend each other to the end.
However, the Wyoming frontier is unforgiving at times, with harsh winters and searing hot summers--sometimes to the extreme opposites causing tempers to rise. The locals understood all this as they have been born and raised in Wyoming. There are those who haven’t though, those who come from so far away, as to not have a clue what this country is all about. Those who need to be taught a lesson about the wild west.