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31 12 2019


How did the end of the year get here?

Don’t answer that. (Cuz it’s kinda obvious!)

“Where did the year go?” seems to be the leading question at this time of year, every year.

We can learn a lot from the mustangs, living in the moment, whether it’s dry and dusty or glistening white with welcome moisture. Humans are made to worry about the future, seemingly.

Looking to the past, our work and commitment has put the management of Spring Creek Basin’s mustang herd in rarefied air; it’s good. Our horses are healthy. Our range is healthy. Our partnership with our BLM herd manager and other local BLM’ers is strong. We’ve worked hard for all of those blessings.

Looking to the future, our goals are the same: Healthy horses, healthy range, healthy partnership.

Because of our past work, our future – *their* future – looks good.

To all of you who follow this blog and these mustangs, thank you for your support of our wild ones. Sharing them with the world is a blessing I treasure.



5 responses

31 12 2019

The days go by then months, then the years. And then the new years move on. Thanks for your days and years in the Basin counting down.

31 12 2019
Valerie Tan

Thank you TJ. Coming across your blog all those years ago has opened a new world for me. Because of you I’ve explored other blogs and did research on ways to help all the wild horses, and wild horse sanctuaries. When you talk about hiking out to find the ponies I’m right there with you. Here’s to many more years of following along with you.

31 12 2019
Marytherese Ambacher

“TJ, thank you for being one of the amazing advocates ensuring the health of the environment and wild!” Those of us from a distance can assist with $ and just as important positive energy toward the best and highest outcome. Be safe and be well in 2020!! 💝and peace

31 12 2019
Karen Schmiede

Happy New Year to all. May 2020 bring good things for people and animals alike.

31 12 2019
Sue Story

What a year of good things for mustangs, TJ, and you are so much a part of that. May all those blessings continue and increase in the new year, and happy new year to you and to all those snowy noses out there in the Basin!

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