Shotgun Nellie’s, run by Nilsine Harris, left, and her daughter Kindra, is a new store in downtown Winthrop featuring Western decor. After wildfires and other woes decimated summer tourism, the Old West tourist town welcomes mountain bikers, hikers and more.
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