Everyone who follows my blog knows how much I love horses. For those that are new, I love horses. Actually, I love all animals. I have the most access to horses and the zone (the dog that runs the household).
Anyway, the soul purpose of this trip was to camp, get my head on straight, and see wild horses. There is a batch of wild horses out in Colorado and so I had decided I was ending with them. I had debated on starting with them, but I wasn’t sure the actual plan for this trip. There were so many things that I wanted to see and one thing I absolutely did not want to see….Chicago.
The mountains had been calling my name, so my original idea was to head to Wyoming (Yes, I could have gone to the Rockies, but Wyoming has been on my mind). Wyoming is quite the drive from here so I wanted to stop in South Dakota and get my rest on. South Dakota was…well, I love my Black Hills animals, but I think that this part of South Dakota and myself have done all we can do for each other. I was bound and determined to make the best out of it.
One of the two days that I spent there, I chose to drive by the Wild Horse Sanctuary. I hadn’t scheduled a tour and I wasn’t even sure of their off season hours, but there were four beautiful babies just off the main road that I hadn’t really gotten to see the first time. These four babies are only a small part of the tour, because of the fact that they live in a different sanctuary. I am not even sure if they are a part of the actual tour, but the tour guide I had last year was amazing and showed me everything that these could.
With that said, here is a sneak peak of one of the beauties. The truth is, I cannot remember is name. I want to say Bucky…maybe? There is only one whose name I can remember and it is kind of obvious. When I get to him, you will be like, “Oh, yeah…”. I think that there is one more obvious one, but I can’t remember the fourth name. Either way, I am pretty sure this is Bucky….which also means, it probably isn’t.
I love the eyes of an animal, so for now this is all you get. I hope you like it.
Until the next time, have a beautiful day and tomorrow.
Montana Ros Photography