Spring Creek Basin HMA
November 3, 2013
Over the Labor Day weekend, Tom and I (along with the dogs) took a drive to the SW corner of Colorado to visit our friend TJ and the wild horses of Spring Creek Basin.
Just like the last time we were there, it was Chrome’s band that greeted us upon entering the Basin.
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Pretty, pretty Mariah.
Love Kwana’s blue eyes.
The handsome band stallion Chrome with his long mane blowing in the breeze.
But the horses notice the 3 figures walking in the distance.
But none of the horses are overly concerned about Tom and the dogs and they settle into grazing again.
After spending quite a bit of time with Chrome and his family, we decide to head deeper into the interior of the Basin to look for more horses. A couple of parting shots.
Thanks for the visit!
We baby the Jeep when we can. It has been very good to us and turned over 200,000 on this trip. And you know a bunch of those were hard miles in horse ranges!
Check back later for what we found on the other side of the creek. 😉
Part Two: Spring Creek Basin HMA
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