Close Range: Wyoming Stories - The Mud Below Summary & Analysis

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The Mud Below Summary

Diamond Felts is a small man who grew up in Wyoming. Diamond Felts' mother refused to raise her children on a ranch the way she was raised, hoping her children would find a better way of life in the city. When Diamond was in high school he worked on a local ranch for a day, helping to brand the cows. Afterward, the rancher allowed the boys to ride a few of his bulls. Diamond fell in love with the feeling of the bucking bull beneath him. Diamond makes the decision to go to bull riding school in California. Diamond's mother is enraged when she learns of her son's decision and refuses to offer him any type of support.

Diamond appears to be a natural at bull riding. Diamond gets his PRCA within a month of graduation and begins making...

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