There are 67 counties in Pennsylvania, and apparently women hardly set foot in some of them.
Forest County, which is located in the northwest corner of the state, is definitely man's country, according to The Pittsburgh-Tribune Review, which ran a terrific story over the weekend about the lack of women in Forest County.
What else does a man need besides a gun and a dog?
Forest County, which has less than 6,500 full-time residents, issued just 281 marriage licenses last year -- and 4,654 dog licenses, according to the newspaper.
Less than 38 percent of Forest County's residents are female, according to a 2006 U.S. Census estimate.
Men are drawn to the rural county by the hunting and fishing opportunities, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review says.
The newspaper actually found a few women to interview for the story, including Amy Barron, manager of the Forest Hills Restaurant and Bar near Tionesta.
The largest town in Forest County is Tionesta, the county seat, with a a population of 592. The biggest employer in the county is the State Correctional Facility at Forest, an all-male state prison near Marienville.
I know you're not going to believe this, but Forest County has a Web site. And if you're looking for tourism information, visit this site.
Read "Men 'call the shots' in Forest County" here.