Six-man thrives in rural towns
Richland Springs and Cherokee are tiny towns located at opposite ends of Texas' San Saba County on the northern edge of the state's picturesque Hill Country.
The county, which is almost the size of Rhode Island, has a population of about 6,000. Work and play for many residents consist of ranching and hunting. There's room for both among the live oaks, mesquites and cedar trees, though rural towns in the state continue to lose folks who move to the big cities looking for work.
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