Glad tidings!

4 01 2018


S’aka wants to help ring in the new year. 🙂


In other news, for those of you in the Denver area, please check out the following comment the blog received yesterday from Longmont librarian Devon Yost-Smith:


I am a Librarian at the Longmont Public Library. We have invited Pulitzer Prize-winning author and national correspondent for The New York Times, Dave Philipps, to come speak at the Library about his book “Wild Horse Country: The History, Myth, and Future of the Mustang”. He will outline the history and myth of the wild horse, how both helped create the current debacle, what science can tell us about sustainable ways to preserve the wild horse, and some of the last wild places in the west where the herds live.

I was hoping you might be interested or might pass on the word to your

The event takes place on February 1 (**note date change**) from 7-8pm at the Longmont Public Library.

Registration is required, it is free, and additional info is available on our website.

Thank you.


If you’re in the area, please show your support for wild horses and burros! Note that the event is free, but you need to register (click here to go to the library’s event site).



8 responses

4 01 2018

It certainly takes a VILLAGE and many ways to get the word out!! We are all learning from Nature how we as humans need to work together for the better good of all, just as a herd – pack, etc. does. Blessing to all this new year – two and four legged!!

5 01 2018

Exactly – I wish more people would take wisdom from nature … and stop taking so much else.

4 01 2018
Sue Story

S’aka is such a ham! And good for Longmont – lived there once in a far-away time, and I’m so glad it has its own mustang lovers. Excellent!

5 01 2018

He can usually be counted on for some kind of antic. 🙂

4 01 2018

So great! Bells ringing for the health of good thoughts and care of the horses for this new year!

5 01 2018

We hope, hope, hope! 🙂

4 01 2018
Maggie Frazier

S’aka is gorgeous!
I’m a little hesitant to be all pro Dave Phillips – he has not always spoken completely FOR our wild horses & burros – no matter how many awards hes been given. On the other hand, we – all of us – cant afford to bad-mouth anyone who brings the wild horse & burro issue into the public eye. I would hope he has learned more as to exactly who is to blame for where the horses are right now.

4 01 2018

Just advertising the event, which is in Colorado. 🙂 A note to other readers: The date has changed to Feb.1.

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