Close Range: Wyoming Stories - The Blood Bay Summary & Analysis

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The Blood Bay Summary

In the winter of 1886-1887, a young man is crossing Wyoming and freezes to death. The next day, three cowpunchers come across his body. One of the men is in desperate need of new boots and is happy to discover that the dead man has brand new boots on his feet. However, the body is so frozen that the cowpuncher cannot remove the boots. The cowpuncher cuts the man's legs off just above the boots and takes them with him, hoping to thaw out the boots when they stop that night. The cowpunchers are out so late they cannot make it back to the bunkhouse, so they stop at the home of a local man named Grice. Grice allows them to bunk down for the night in the small shack where Grice has brought his horses inside to protect...

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