A Marriage Made On Horseback

A Marriage Made On Horseback

Author: National Bighorn Sheep Center
Published: November 23, 2021

Dive into the lives of the Taylors – outfitters, guides and conservation leaders in Wyoming’s Greater Yellowstone. They dish on their marriage, conservation efforts, and how they have lived their lives for more than 50 years.

“Dubois locals, Meredith and Tory Taylor, the first official joiners of our Legacy Society, and leaders in conservation, talk “lives lived large, elk-feed, and horses

Meredith and Tory Taylor have been outfitters, guides and conservation leaders in the wild heart of Wyoming’s Greater Yellowstone for almost 50 years. Over those decades, they have explored places few others have ever seen, shown generations of Americans the wonders of hunting and fishing and wilderness, horses, wolves, storms and stars, wildflower meadows and summer snowbanks, tumbling whitewater creeks and towering black-rock peaks.”

Read more at Bighorn.org.


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