Related Programs: Wyoming StoriesThe Modern West Wyoming Stories: How To Get To School When You're Kicked Off The Bus By Bianca Coca & Wayne Thomas • Sep 8, 2014 Related Programs: Wyoming StoriesThe Modern West TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 2:33 Clarabelle Barsness, from Powell. Credit Wayne Thomas Clarabelle Barsness lives in Powell. She remembers growing up on a farm in Cody and riding her horse to school—out of necessity. Tags: Wyoming StoriesCodyhorseoral historyTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Wyoming Stories: Three Brothers Get Into Mischief By Cordelia Zars • Sep 2, 2014 Frank, Bert, and Bob Johnson grew up on the A—1 ranch outside of Elk Mountain. The three brothers recount their stories of childhood trouble-making on the ranch and in the school house. Wyoming Stories: Stem Cell Transplant Transforms A Life By Adrian Shirk • Aug 25, 2014 Val and Jerry Burgess are residents of Sheridan. In this story, Val asks her husband to reflect on his experience receiving a stem cell transplant. Wyoming Stories: She'd Rather Ride A Horse By Wayne Thomas • Jul 21, 2014 Wayne Thomas Alice Fales lives in Cody, WY. She recalls fond memories of the role horses played in her youth and riding a horse to school.