Frontier House participant quits job, moves back to Montana.

Frontier House participant quits job, moves back to Montana.
One of the participants in PBS’s six-hour reality TV series that followed three families living as if it were 1883 has decided that he wants to live near where the show was filmed. Mark Glenn quit his job and is now working as a ranch hand near Frontier House‘s location in Montana. Shortly after the show concluded, he and his wife Karen separated.

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