Evening ritual

7 07 2020

Mister Hayden follows the well-worn path to water.

Bonus points if you spotted the white spot on the hill behind Hayden’s band and realized there was another band up there. πŸ™‚ They came later; mustangs have a great sense of etiquette and are very polite when it comes to manners. (At least, Spring Creek Basin mustangs are that way!)


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7 07 2020
Jenny Cypert

Love seeing these pictures!

On Tue, Jul 7, 2020 at 7:03 AM Spring Creek Basin Mustangs wrote:

> TJ posted: ” Mister Hayden follows the well-worn path to water. Bonus > points if you spotted the white spot on the hill behind Hayden’s band and > realized there was another band up there. πŸ™‚ They came later; mustangs have > a great sense of etiquette and are very ” >

7 07 2020
TJ

Quite a bit different from Groundhog, eh? πŸ™‚

7 07 2020
Marytherese

No divisive behavior with our wild! So much for humans to learn…

7 07 2020
TJ

Well, it’s not that there aren’t some disagreements and minor impatience, but it’s something I’ve noticed about mustangs in particular: THEY are very particular in their behavior and expect it of their fellows (and humans!).

7 07 2020
Puller9

Wonderful photo of Hayden and band. I saw the white speck, but went back to relook and then saw the grey flecks near it and now recognize as a band (prior to that, it didn’t cross my mind). The lighting is interesting too.

7 07 2020
TJ

It was very late in the day, and I was checking a well-used water source. They seem to rotate around in their water usage, which is good, as it takes a while for some of the seeps to recharge. The night before, nobody was at this particular source.

7 07 2020
Karen Schmiede

Hop all horses and people are staying cool!

9 07 2020
TJ

The weather folks are telling us we’re about to see 100-degree days. But hey, it’s only 5 to 10 percent humidity! … Yikes. This *dry heat* is nothing to love.

8 07 2020
Pat

Let’s have rain so they don’t to travel so far to get water.

9 07 2020
TJ

Amen to that!

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