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by Tony Bruguiere
Fort Collins, Colo.

Rodeo season is officially underway in Cheyenne, Wyo. The 110th Cheyenne Frontier Days began when Committee Chairmen, Dandies, and wranglers rounded up 640 Corriente steers and drove them down the Frontage Road along I-25 and into Frontier Park on Sunday, July 16.

This is an annual event and onlookers were at all the access points along the route. State Highway Patrol cars were on the Interstate to keep traffic moving. You can imagine what a spectacle this was for unsuspecting tourists passing through on their way home to somewhere points east or west. Media personnel rode in horse-drawn wagons a safe distance ahead of the herd. Also in the wagons, and clearly disappointed at missing out on the fun of being on horseback, was General Committee Chairman, Ken McCann.

Rodeo season is officially underway in Cheyenne, Wyo. The 110th Cheyenne Frontier Days began when Committee Chairmen, Dandies, and wranglers rounded up 640 Corriente steers and drove them down the Frontage Road along I-25 and into Frontier Park on Sunday, July 16.

This is an annual event and onlookers were at all the access points along the route. State Highway Patrol cars were on the Interstate to keep traffic moving. You can imagine what a spectacle this was for unsuspecting tourists passing through on their way home to somewhere points east or west. Media personnel rode in horse-drawn wagons a safe distance ahead of the herd. Also in the wagons, and clearly disappointed at missing out on the fun of being on horseback, was General Committee Chairman, Ken McCann.

Rodeo season is officially underway in Cheyenne, Wyo. The 110th Cheyenne Frontier Days began when Committee Chairmen, Dandies, and wranglers rounded up 640 Corriente steers and drove them down the Frontage Road along I-25 and into Frontier Park on Sunday, July 16.

This is an annual event and onlookers were at all the access points along the route. State Highway Patrol cars were on the Interstate to keep traffic moving. You can imagine what a spectacle this was for unsuspecting tourists passing through on their way home to somewhere points east or west. Media personnel rode in horse-drawn wagons a safe distance ahead of the herd. Also in the wagons, and clearly disappointed at missing out on the fun of being on horseback, was General Committee Chairman, Ken McCann.

Rodeo season is officially underway in Cheyenne, Wyo. The 110th Cheyenne Frontier Days began when Committee Chairmen, Dandies, and wranglers rounded up 640 Corriente steers and drove them down the Frontage Road along I-25 and into Frontier Park on Sunday, July 16.

This is an annual event and onlookers were at all the access points along the route. State Highway Patrol cars were on the Interstate to keep traffic moving. You can imagine what a spectacle this was for unsuspecting tourists passing through on their way home to somewhere points east or west. Media personnel rode in horse-drawn wagons a safe distance ahead of the herd. Also in the wagons, and clearly disappointed at missing out on the fun of being on horseback, was General Committee Chairman, Ken McCann.


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