My name is Guy Carr. I was born in South Pass City. I was 14 when I moved. We raised cattle and my dad had a butcher shop. We took the cattle to Lander in the winter. When the boom days were over we moved to Pinedale. Later I went to the plains to gather horses. We were paid $30 a day. We had to break three of the horses that we caught. Later I bought a house and two lots for $600.00 in the year 1934 or 35. I planted all my trees and took care of them. For fun I rode bucking horses. It was nice when we got electricity. I enjoyed it when I was little.
Interviewed by Ben Scherbel