It's too bad. Cowley is a well-kept airport and with the price of avgas at $2.30 a gallon, it has one of the lowest fuel prices anywhere around. But unfortunately Cowley, tucked into the north end of the Big Horn Basin, isn't really on the way to anywhere, so it's not a convenient fuel stop. On the other hand, as the nearest airport to the Medicine Wheel, an 81-foot diameter stone site that is believed to have been built by American Indians and continues to be the destination for religious pilgrimages, the wild mustangs of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range, Devil Canyon, the Bighorn National Forest, the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation area and the Yellowtail Reservoir, Cowley has a lot to offer. Curt, who has an impressive mustache, is a cowboy who's built more like a bull rider than a saddle bronc rider. He seemed embarrassed that all he could offer was attentive and helpful service and low-priced fuel.