Brian V. Hunt is a Seattle-area-based writer with a long-standing interest in and study of ancient Egypt. He has written on the topics of Egyptology and archaeology extensively. During his many trips to Egypt, he has been to every major archaeological site and has done archaeology at the Giza Pyramids. He publishes rare and out-of-print books on Egyptology, archaeology, and Victorian travel to Egypt with value-added content, including updated introductions and footnotes.
Some of what ninety-two-year-old Warren Hunt knows about life can be found in these true tales of his youth living on a ranch in the wilds of Wyoming. What constituted civilization in the 1920s and 1930s was a sixty-mile drive away.
Tales like those shared here are the real stories of the American west, not long after most of the "wild" had left the West.