Last Cowboy Standing — A tale of rodeo culture in Humboldt County 

[slideshow-1] For the rodeo cowboy, speed is everything. A couple of weeks ago, a handful of cowboys gathered at a private arena in Redcrest off the Avenue of the Giants, on a patch of land situated between a forest of tall redwoods…

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