A young couple leaves the rat race behind to run a sustainable cattle ranch 

North of Oracle on Highway 77, signs for Mammoth, Dudleyville and Winkelman blur by. Who lives here, and what do they do? The worn-down houses and mobile homes scattered across the land resemble a board game that no one wanted to play…

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