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Bustin’ their chops

North Coast, September 1, 2013

Lisa DeJong, photographer and reporter; Emmet Smith, designer

Down in wild and wooly Burbank, Ohio, Lisa found a bunch of real cowboys and cowgirls — that is, boys and girls in the chronological sense. And as for cows … well, sheepishly we have to admit, maybe not so much. Lisa writes:

The wee wrangler is bursting out of the chute strapped to a wooly rocket. With a white-knuckled grip of a future bull rider, Riley, now 6, is learning the art of hanging on for dear life. To a Suffolk sheep, that is.  Riley is taming the flying fleece at the Mutton Bustin’ School held at Buckin’ Ohio at Creek Bend Ranch in Burbank, Ohio.

Read and see Lisa’s photo story here.

Note: This is the fourth of our newly launched “Sense of Place” photo essays. Find them in print Sundays in the PD’s new North Coast section and online at the Sense of Place blog.

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