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Stephanie Paige Ogburn | Oct 28, 2009 08:48 AM

Trailing of the Sheep Festival

This week's reader photo seemed to all-too-perfectly match the theme of the latest issue of High Country News, which focuses on "cultural collisions" and those bringing new traditions to  the West. While our recent reporting highlights cultures new to the West,  this image, from the Trailing of the Sheep festival in Idaho, shows cultures that came to the West years ago who have integrated themselves into the increasingly-diverse group of people that, woven together, make up the fabric of the American West.

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