By Addie Goss
Wyoming – This time of year, if you look out toward the horizon in the Red Desert, you might spot a small dot far off in the distance - the arched roof of a sheep wagon. Herders, many from South America, live in these wagons through the late spring. They move through the desert, guiding the sheep to good grass. All season long, the sheepherders never leave the desert. Wyoming Public Radio's Addie Goss visited one set of Peruvian herders, four miles south of Green River.... and a world away .