Full sunshine for Sundance

16 03 2022

This perspective of McKenna Peak (right) and Temple Butte is from quite a bit closer than yesterday’s post of Raven. The ground also was quite a bit muddier – because it’s higher in elevation and closer to the roll of the snow-bringing clouds when we get snow – back in this far eastern region of Spring Creek Basin than even the northernish area shown in yesterday’s post.

It was a pleasant surprise to see the heads of Sundance’s mares, then the big guy himself, pop up over a small ridge. It was a bit of a slog to get to them, but I’m grateful for the moisture of that muddy ground!


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11 responses

16 03 2022
Pat

What a guy! And what a hiker you are !

18 03 2022
TJ

I do love to hike in pursuit of the wild ones. 🙂

16 03 2022
Karen Ann Schmiede

Love this handsome dude!

18 03 2022
TJ

🙂

16 03 2022
Puller9

Stunning photo and what a gorgeous guy!

18 03 2022
TJ

He totally is. 🙂

16 03 2022
Martha Kennedy

We might get more snow tomorrow here, anyway. I hope the same for you.

18 03 2022
TJ

Hope you got your snow! Rain here lower; snow higher. It’s all good moisture!

18 03 2022
Martha Kennedy

We got snow. It was gone by noon, but about 1/2 inch which this winter is a deluge.

16 03 2022
Sue E. Story

TJ, that photo is absolutely a poster for the Spring Creek Basin HMA! Iconic landmarks everywhere…and of course, iconic mustang – the beautiful, almost- mystical, breath-taking king of stunning stallions – our beloved Sundance!

18 03 2022
TJ

It was a relief to see that lingering snow. Even after a bit more the other day, it’s mostly seeped in again!

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