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Buffalo's fifth annual “Longmire Days” was this past weekend, and drew thousands of people into northeast Wyoming to meet the stars and V.I.P's, participate in the events and celebrate the television series based on the books written by Ucross author Craig Johnson.

The CEO of Buffalo's Chamber of Commerce says more people than ever have attended this year's Longmire Days.

Buffalo's fifth annual “Longmire Days” celebration kicked off Friday with a parade and autograph session among other events, but what could be called the main draw that evening was the Longmire Softball Game between the Cowboys and Indians teams.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair met a couple of the people this weekend who work behind the scenes on Longmire. Here's her story.

Hundreds of people lined Buffalo's Main Street Friday morning for the fifth annual Longmire Days parade.

Lines were long for Friday's autograph session, part of Buffalo's Longmire Days celebration this weekend.

One of the crowd favorites at Buffalo’s Longmire Days is the Conversations with the Actors. CEO of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Angela Fox explained how those sessions will work.

Longmire Days will bring bunches of people from all over the U.S. and one of the reasons why, is the variety of different events that include the actors of the show. One of these events is the Motorcycle Poker Run that will include a couple of riders from the show.

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