Spring Wind

A filly was born to a Spring Creek Basin band on Saturday, May 17th. That week I had been irrigating daily (still am), messing with the little gates on the gated pipe, opening them, watching the water shoot out, and tapping them closed to trickle size. With my long, skinny-bladed shovel, I worked on the … Continue reading

In the Hoofprints of Wild Horses

Mesa Verde National Park covers over 81 square miles of rugged land in the Four Corners area of Colorado, most of which is off-limits┬áto the public. Wildlife thrives there–elk, mule deer, black bear, mountain lions, bobcats, golden eagles, to name a few species. From Cachuma Ranch across Montezuma Valley, the rimrocks of the Mesa Verde … Continue reading