Monday, July 13, 2009



My second visit with the Spring Creek mustangs was just as magical as the first. Upon our arrival on Friday night, we drove directly to the herd management area and proceeded to immediately get stuck in the mud! I filmed the whole, dirty affair.                                                                          

If you ever desire to visit one of the 200 herds of wild mustangs that are tucked away in all sorts of remote areas across the western United States, it is always a good idea to contact the local Bureau of Land Management office to check on the road conditions and weather -

The roads that traverse the Spring Creek Herd Management Area in the Disappointment Valley of southern Colorado consist of clay that becomes dangerously slippery when wet. One should not venture out into the valley if a storm is pending. On this visit, we arrived just after a storm and took our chances in driving on those slippery roads. There is no cell service, and no civilization for miles, so we almost had to spend the night with the horses in the back of my car!

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Slideshow of my visit with the Spring Creek Wild Mustangs, June 2009

I've just returned from my second visit with the mustangs in the Disappointment Valley, which was just as wonderful as the first visit. More videos and photos to come!