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When a rancher opens his Big Timber bunkhouse to visitors, city folk from all over the world pay him to labor there. Photographs by Erika Larsen/Redux

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Fortune Small Business sent writer Mark Svenvold to the Crazy Mountain Cattle Co. to report on how one working ranching hosts the occasional tourist to defray expenses. Here, the author and his daughter, Livia, round up cattle on an ATV.

Last updated May 21 2008: 4:54 PM ET
All photographs by Erika Larsen - Redux