Tyler Sheridan, the creator of the hit Paramount Network show, Yellowstone told cast members that before shooting Season 4, they had to brush up on their skills. Not acting skills. Cowboy skills. He felt that it was important for the actors to understand what it was like to do the job of the people they were portraying. It makes sense. You don't want a "cowboy" to look uncomfortable riding a horse!

Season 4 isn't the first time the Yellowstone cast went to Cowboy Camp, but this time was different. This time, the actors and cowboys ate real, authentic cowboy food. They sat around a campfire and enjoyed a taste of the Treasure Valley! They ate meat from Snake River Farms, a Boise company that owns the Double R Ranch Brand.

This season, be on the lookout for Gator wearing a piece of the Treasure Valley. He was filmed wearing a Snake River Farms apron, making the final cut!

If you love the show, you should also consider staying at the actual Dutton Ranch, called the Chief Joseph Ranch in Darby Montana, a short drive from Boise, and they rent out some of the famous cabins from the show for you to stay in overnight!

28 Breathtaking Pictures from TV's Yellowstone Ranch

This popular show is filmed within driving distance from the Treasure Valley, and now fans can see what it's like to live like a Dutton by staying at the Yellowstone. Some lucky fans from around the country have been able to stay there recently, and their pictures are amazing. Special thanks to Dr. Peter Kozlowski, Hannah Boon, and Chief Joseph Ranch for allowing me to use these photos.

15 Times Boise Was a Major Plot Point in Your Favorite TV Series

Boise and Idaho in general has found themselves on TV a lot lately. Unfortunately, it's usually for something in the news that makes Idaho look like the laughing stock of the United States or some tragic true crime story that happened within our borders. We decided to break it up a little bit and search for times where Boise was mentioned as a story line in some of your favorite fictional TV shows!

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