October 20, 2007 – Burnt Timber

On October 20, we went up to Cheyenne Flats again. As we got up there, it was lightly snowing. The first horses we spotted were Starman and Santa Fe’s families. They were on a ridge that came down from the flats, so we went up further to see who else was on the flats. Three bighorn sheep were grazing there, and Jackson’s family was grazing nearby while Jackson watched over them.

Jackson

Jackson’s family

Just up the road we saw Teton’s family in a small clearing.

Teton’s family

Stiles had found them again.

Stiles

Near them, Lakota’s family was in a drainage coming off of the flats. White Cloud was also visible in the same place he had been the previous day, and Baja was also visible on another nearby ridge. It was a great day up there, and the light snow made it even better.

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