1. Ah, the Cutlers. Such a wonderful family. I am blessed many times over when I think of them. I met them in August 2008, the first time I worked at Lost Creek Ranch in the Tetons. Jeremy had started as a wrangler there a few seasons earlier, had stayed on to work full time in maintenance, had married and brought out Shauna, the love of his life as a new bride, and had raised five kids there in a small log cabin. I returned there to work the full season in 2010 and enjoyed their company from May until September. About the 10th of that month I pulled out early one morning heading for Glacier Park to check on a job for the 2011 season. A few hours later, with their truck and trailer packed, they gave up the Wyoming mountains to return to their families in northeastern South Dakota. I visited them in the spring of 2011 at their home near Groton, SD on my way west, and again in 2012 on another trip out west. Pam was with me in the fall of 2014 when we stopped to visit overnight in October 2014 at their home north of Britton, when we were returning from Jackson Hole. I was looking at some of the photos I'd taken of them over the years today and got homesick to visit with them. Pam and I just called them tonight and renewed an old and treasured friendship. I gathered these few pictures together this afternoon to share with them. The ones in this first gallery are from over the years I've know them at Lost Creek. In the next few days I'll gather all my pics of them into organized galleries so the kids can watch themselves grow. I love this family!