|Into the wild...|
People kept asking as we all ~ wistfully ~ said good-bye.
|Yours Truly riding my horse, Sable, with Kirk and Snuffy.|
|Janet and Phantom posing in front of the giant buffalo herd.|
I always put my hands on my hips when I haven't the faintest idea what I'm doing. Gives folks the impression I do! :)
What an amazing experience! Had to giggle a bit when we came back out on the busy road and saw tourists gleefully photographing one lonesome buffalo. I didn't have the heart to tell them what they were missing.
Seriously? You don't have a valet to carry this bag?
I didn't photograph buffalo at all, because I don't care about them. I think the National Park Service should invite Wild Mustangs to graze on these hallowed grounds. Wouldn't that be a sight to behold?
|Me, again, early morning water crossing. I had no idea 4 a.m. existed until this trail ride.|
Of course, no one bothered to tell me, or Janet, that we had to be fed, packed, saddled and ready before the sun came up. (If they had, it's doubtful we'd have gone!)
** The Nez Perce Native Americans bred these stunning spotted horses for agility and endurance.
Many, many, MANY years ago this is something I would have enjoyed but even then I would have needed a much softer seat. This way I can enjoy all your wonderful journeys and still be able to walk at the end of the day. Carry on!!!
It's a dream of mine to go on a pack trip through the backcountry, either through the Bechler area or along the Thorofare. You are so ridiculously lucky.
Wow, what an experience! I wish I'd been there.
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