The big mare band was hanging out on high ground the other evening, resting in the golden light and taking advantage of the breeze and the views.
Just nappin' with the big mare band on Thanksgiving morning.
Thank you to all those who support the Serengeti Foundation and the mustangs - and elephants - that we support in living their natural lives. With gratitude ...
Snow, Baylee and Haven.
Nevada in the foreground with Star, Angeni, Phoenix and Pirate in the background. In the far background are the rimrocks that form the eastern boundary of the ranch and the western boundary of Spring Creek Basin.
Snow, Baylee and Haven with Kreacher, Hacho and Mahogany under storm-cloud skies.
It would rain later this evening for a few minutes, for a total of 0.03 inch of moisture. It marks the first measurable rain we've had since Oct. 8 or 9 when we got 0.08 inch. It's a beautiful fall ... but very dry.
Beautiful Gypsy is doing well since coming to the sanctuary in September. It took her a little while to settle in with her band, including Smudge and Shelby, with whom she was rounded up and removed from their Carter Reservoir Herd Management Home many years ago, but they're all together now.
Our mustangs have a pretty choice landscape view, no matter how you look at it. :)
In the background are the La Sal Mountains of southeastern Utah. (For us, the perspective is looking west-northwest.) Hopefully it won't be long before the peaks are crowned in white ... and maybe we even have some white stuff on the ground here in Disappointment Valley.
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