Keeping it real

8 11 2018

Raven and Hayden

Raven is not impressed as Hayden calls to another horse.

Note to studs: Mares rarely seem impressed by the studliness of their studlies. πŸ™‚

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Hunters seem to be behaving themselves in Disappointment Valley, which is good news for all of us. One of the BLM law-enforcement rangers was out yesterday, making contacts and driving through Spring Creek Basin. We have so much appreciation for these guys, who never forget our little corner of their very large area (a little more than half a million very broad, geographically challenging acres). Thank you. πŸ™‚

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8 11 2018
Pat

Raven is a beauty in the wild!
Yes, thanks to law enforcement in the far reaches of Colorado. It is tough to keep people informed that there is private land that can not be hunted or cut wood on without permission. Sometimes they don’t agree or just don’t know.
Thanks for putting up NO TRESPASSING signs along 19Q.

8 11 2018
Marytherese

Thanks TJ for sharing the ways and beauty of the wild!! And thank you to everyone who appreciates and understands, we are all one cohabitating on this wonderful Earth!!

8 11 2018
Sue Story

Kudos to BLM law enforcement…and to you, TJ! This obvious presence goes a long way in keeping things on the up and up out there! And Raven rules! What a stunning beauty she is.

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