Happy Thanksgiving!

25 11 2010

I am so thankful for the opportunity to get to know these incredible wild creatures. They give me so much more than I could ever return.

I am thankful …

I am thankful …

I am thankful …

I am thankful …

I am thankful …

I am thankful.

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25 11 2010
wildhorsefever

Beautiful photos. I too, am thankful for the wild ones, here, there and everywhere! I hope to visit the Spring Creek horses again in the spring. Until then, I will just have to live them through your eyes. Keep up the good work.

25 11 2010
Linda Horn

Thankful, indeed! And, TJ, I’m thankful to you for keeping such a good eye on the Spring Creek horses. Hope they all have their winter “fuzzies” grown out. It was 10 in Farmington this morning. Surely much colder up there.

25 11 2010
TJ

They enrich our lives so much, just by being there and living the way they have through the ages. Billie – I hope you’ll come back and visit the horses! Linda, you’re close – have you visited the horses before? It was 6 here this morning – but beautiful! The horses are definitely in their fuzzy finery and ready for everything Mother Nature will throw at them this winter.

28 11 2010
Lynn Bauer and Kathy Pariso

Such beauty, strength and innocence through such gentle and trusting eyes! If it weren’t for you, TJ, we would never have found this remarkable place – and for THAT, we can never thank you enough! Take care out there… We’ll be back soon!!
Lynn and Kathy

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