Sharing the Wild Horses with my Nieces
Wednesday morning we took off with my two nieces in tow. They were impossibly excited to see the wild horses, and I was excited to share the horses with them. This was the first time either little girl had been on a sleep over, so there was that excitement too.
We got the RV all set up, and headed out to find the horses. They weren’t too hard to find this time, thankfully, and they were just thrilled. I gave them my old camera to share, and take photos with, and they enjoyed that a ton.
To me, this is the future of protecting our wild lands and all the creatures who live there. If the future generations don’t have this to come to, then what do they have? Cities and asphalt? The memories that were made with these girls, will stick with them forever.
They asked if they could stay two nights, and of course I said yes. We visited the horses several times in the time we had and they never got tired with it. On our last evening it was super windy, and they were just thrilled to stay in the bed of the truck while I photographed the herd.
We ended up taking them back to town on Friday, and leaving the RV in the desert. It was just too windy to drive the RV, and that gives us two more days with the horses too.
I have a ton of photos to go through, but this is some of the highlights.
It was a very fun couple of days, and I’m so glad we did it. More horse photos coming up in the next few days, so stay tuned.