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Shane Archambault

(307) 799-5149
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Raised in Wyoming, Shane understands the numerous perpetual benefits of life in the state, with its unmatched weather, culture, and diversity. He is well-connected and actively involved in the community. In 2019, he received the “Storefront Beautification Award” on his Whiskey Cuts Barber and Bar business.  His contacts and residency leverage his enthusiasm and expertise, enhancing his client dedication. Shane enjoys being outdoors hunting pheasants on his wife’s family farm in South Dakota, fishing and hiking on the Wind River Range, camping with his wife and two children. His strong work ethic, dedication, tenacity, and passion for Wyoming allows you an appreciative experience to provide you with a current or future home, ranch, and hunting/recreational properties. 

 “Tentative effort leads to tentative outcomes. Therefore, give yourself fully to your endeavors. Decide to construct your character through excellent actions, and determine to pay the price for a worthy goal. The trials you encounter will introduce you to your strengths. Remain steadfast...and one day you will build something that endures, something worthy of your potential,” (Epictetus, Roman Teacher and Philosopher).

 

My Listings

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  • Wyoming / Fremont County

    $445,000
    0.54 acres
    Listing Status: 
    Available
    Property Type: 
    Commercial
    Live and work in the most picturesque and historic location in Fremont County. 30 miles from Lander, in the middle of the stunning playground of the southern Wind River Range. The Miner's Grubstake and Dredge Saloon has proven that it can consistently pay for you — Read more
  • Wyoming / Fremont County

    $310,000
    44.18 acres
    Listing Status: 
    Available
    Property Type: 
    Vacant Land
    Situated in the middle of the historic Red Canyon and only 15 minutes from Lander, WY lies just over 44 acres of breathtaking land. The property was formed during the uplift of the Wind River Range thousands of years ago, and borders 40 acres of — Read more