2nd Annual Wild Horse Camping Trip with the Nieces — 15 Comments

  1. Ahhhh….I feel as if you personally guided me on this tour. How my heart yearns to be out there somewhere, looking for the herds, listening to the sights, smells and rhythms of the horses. That one-eared guy, HOW DID HE LOSE AN EAR, I wonder? I saw an image on Instagram of a one-eyed horse! No matter what body part is missing however, their majesty still intrigues. Mary, you are SO BLESSED!

    • The Palomino lost his ear to another stallion a few years ago. Bit it right off, is the story I hear. Anita, you should come and explore with me out there.

  2. Hello, the horses photos are beautiful. I love the babies. The fox are cute too. Your nieces are beautiful girls, I am sure they had a fun time.
    Great outing. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week ahead.

  3. A stallion bit off her ear? WHAT A GUY! Sheesh! Well, she’s still rockin’ it and with grace. How I’d love to meet you one day (and if you saw my methods of photography, you’d correct me, I bet!)

    Those babies you are sharing….swoon city!

  4. So many smiles – those girls definitely had a good time! The horses are gorgeous, and aren’t those foxes so cute with those big ears!

  5. HOw very fortunate your nieces are to have an aunt and uncle who are willing to spend the time together and to introduce them to such beauty and wildness. Fabulous photos!

  6. How wonderful to experience these beautiful creatures with your nieces!

    You sure do capture the wild horses beauty! And those babies are sooooo cute!

  7. The wild horses are magnificent – and the babies are too cute! The fox are beautiful, too!

    Your nieces are so lucky to have you and Al to take them to see the wild horses! It’s obvious from all the smiles that they had a wonderful time.

  8. The foals are such a gift. You captured them beautifully. I bet that the girls had a BLAST!!!! It’s amazing to see the muscles on the adults compared to the softness of the foals.

    I love your kit fox!

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