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Show 1017

Gloss Mountain Outfitters

Gloss Mountain Outfitters

We visit a long-time working ranch that is home to some of the most unique terrain in the state, and a log cabin like no other. Guests can enjoy the solitude, whether on horseback or from the cabin's wrap-around porch.

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Western Cedar Company

Western Cedar Company

According to local lore, the mesas were first named by a British explorer who noticed the sun glinting off of Isinglass rock; seeing the reflection he called them the Glass Mountains. This area is popular among sportsmen who hunt wild turkeys and other game birds.

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Howard Ranch

Howard Ranch

Justin Howard, a retired bronc rider, says he first got the idea of bringing people to his place while out on the rodeo circuit. Folks come from all around the world to take part in what is just everyday life on the Howard Ranch.

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Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum

Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum

We visit with Ian Swart, the Museum's Curator, about some interesting history of Northwestern Oklahoma, especially the town of Woodward where the museum is located.

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Plymouth Valley Cellars

Plymouth Valley Cellars

Located in the heart of wheat country, just outside of Fairview, Oklahoma, is an orchard and winery owned by the Flaming family. While the winery offers a variety of things, it still is truly all about the wine; growing clientele, one taste at a time.

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Okeene Rattlesnake Roundup

Okeene Rattlesnake Roundup

The Okeene Rattlesnake Roundup is the oldest rattlesnake hunt in the nation. Since 1939, the people of Okeene have been conducting a memorable show for curious crowds who come to see the snakes up close, and personal.

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