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2015 Pryor Foals, # 4 and 5.

Pele with her brother Nickel.  Photo by Kristen Collett

Pele with her brother Nickel. Photo by Kristen Collett

The fourth known Pryor foal born this year was discovered by Ginger of TCF.  The little filly was born to Fools Gold.  The sire could be Irial or Coronado, I’m leaning towards it being Coronado.  Coronado did have his family back in mid-June and kept them through mid-July of last year, when Irial claimed them again.  Currently they are in Irial’s band.

Fools Gold is the 2005 daughter of Amethyst and Shaman.  Coronado is the 1996 son of Isabella and Raven.  Irial is the 2008 so of Ireland and Prince.

The name of this new little one is, Pele.

Thank you Kristen Collett for providing the photos for us to see.

Fools Gold and Kiva, August 1, 2012

Fools Gold and Kiva, August 1, 2012

Coronado

Coronado

Irial and London, 2012

Irial and London, 2012

Perry, Photo by Kristen Collett

Parry, Photo by Kristen Collett

The fifth known Pryor Foal born has been born to Fresia and most likely Hidalgo.  Also discovered by TCF, this little colt has been named Parry.

Fresia is the 2005 daughter of Buffalo Girl and Durango.  Hidalgo is the 2007 son of Buffalo Girl and Durango.  Umm..looks like there has been some inbreeding with this one.  Hope he remains healthy, or perhaps it is not Hidalgos, which would be even better.

Fresia and Perry.  Photo by Kristen Collett

Fresia and Parry. Photo by Kristen Collett

Hidalgo, July 30, 2012

Hidalgo, July 30, 2012

Looking forward to watching these little ones grow.  Thank you to TCF for reporting and for Kristen for all her photos!

Sandy

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May 2015 on Burnt Timber, Grateful.

Galaxy, May 10, 2015

Galaxy, May 10, 2015

It has been many months since I have been to the mountain.  Many of you have been contacting me and asking if I was okay.  I have gone through some major changes in my life over the last 10 months, but I am great, very happy and looking forward to watching a new chapter in my life unfold.

Sunset at the Monster Lake Ranch, May 9, 2015

Sunset at the Monster Lake Ranch, May 9, 2015

As I watched the sunset out my window at the Monster Lake Ranch, I found myself becoming impatient for the next day to come.  I would be heading up Burnt Timber early the next morning.  Even though I had been away from the mountain since late August, 2014, I still felt very connected to the mountain and the horses.  They are deep in my heart and soul, and all I need to do is think of them and I am on the mountain.  They have helped me through many things in life, and I am grateful to them.

The next morning, my friend Meg and I would be there with them.  I know I have said this in previous posts for this time of year, but I never head up the mountain hoping to see any particular horse or band.  I don’t spend my days searching for one horse, I simply let the day unfold how it was meant to be, and take in the beauty of each and every horse that decides to show themselves to me.

Galadrial and Oceana in snow flakes, May 10, 2015

Galadrial and Oceana in snow flakes, May 10, 2015

We were about 3.5 miles up Burnt Timber around 8 am that morning.  We had not seen any horses yet.  Something caught my eye to the left.  There were several horses quite aways away.  I looked through my binoculars and realize it was Jackson’s band.  But I could not spot Jackson.  Then my heart sunk as I spotted the stallion Doc with them.

Doc had taken Jackson band last spring at this time, but I had learned that Jackson had gotten them back again, over the winter.  But it was now obvious, that Doc had once again taken his band, and I felt sad once again, for Jackson, and hoped he was doing okay.

Doc and Band, May, 2015

Doc and Band, May, 2015

We continued heading up the mountain.  Just as we entered into what is known as “Cheyenne Flats”, we were presented with Galaxy and his band.  I quickly noticed that Maia and her colt Odyssey were not with them.  I emailed Ryan at the BLM and he informed me that they are with Jupiter over on Sykes Ridge.  Odyssey is Galaxy’s first and only foal, and I hope they are able to stay safe away from this magnificent stallions careful watch.  Galaxy has had this band since he took them from Prince in the spring of 2012.  Since that time, I have watched with admiration and amazement at how great of a band stallion he has become.  But not too surprised, as he is the son of Lakota, who was one of the best on the mountain.  He has inherited Lakota’s caring and strong characteristics.

I am going to apologize right now, but I did not get many photos of the band members that were still with him: Hera, Ireland, Limerick and Pococeno.  For I was so taken with Galaxy’s incredible beauty and the striking poses he gave to us.  The light was incredible and the surrounding beauty that surrounded us only made these photos more beautiful.

Hera and Ireland

Hera and Ireland

Galaxy

Galaxy

Limerick

Limerick looking a bit round?

Limerick

Limerick

Galaxy’s focus became intent past us and to the left.  I have been watching these horses for several years, and immediately recognized that he was probably looking at some other horse or horses nearby.  I turned in the direction of his gaze and saw Jackson walk out of the trees.  He was thinner than he looked a month or so ago when I saw him in a photo with his band.  He also had a nasty looking wound on his upper left leg.  It will most likely heal fine, I have seen worse then have.  There are no flies to bother it this time of year, which should make healing easier.  It looked to me like Doc had taken a nasty bite out of his leg.  He did not seem to be limping. That night I emailed both Ryan and Jared about his wound so they could keep an eye on him.

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Jackson

Jackson

Galaxy hurried over to greet Jackson, but there was no kicking or biting, only a greeting of respect, for this band stallion icon.  Similar to what I witnessed several years ago with Jackson and Lakota.

Galaxy heads over to greet Jackson

Galaxy heads over to greet Jackson

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Lakota's son, Galaxy greets Jackson

Lakota’s son, Galaxy greets Jackson

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Jacksons wound

Jacksons wound

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Hundreds of Galaxy pictures later, we decided to continue up the mountain.  Our next group was the band who I named Fleetwood Mac.  This band consisted of one mare, Nimbus and two to three stallions: Knight, Inali and sometimes London.  London was not with the group, but today they had added yet another band member, Malstrom.  He was clearly part of the group, very much accepted.  It will be interesting to see how long this lasts.

The one thing that I really noticed was how much Knight had matured.  He has grown into a handsome stallion, built very much like his father Cappuccino.  His story reminds us of how strong these wild ones are.  Orphaned at 6 months, survived and now is a band stallion.  I am at awe with his story, and so very proud of him.

Knight leads the way with Nimbus, Malstrom and Inali behind.

Knight leads the way with Nimbus, Malstrom and Inali behind.

Knight

Knight

Knight, Nimbus, Malstrom and Inali

Knight, Nimbus, Malstrom and Inali

My SD carded ran out of space (too many Galaxy photos??!), and I had to do a small hike back up the road to get another.  I was disappointed, but this crew had galloped into the woods, clearly just running because they could.  They had made it through the winter looking good and were simply enjoying life on the mountain.

As luck would have it, once I replaced my card, I caught a horse running in the trees to my right.  It was just a flash, but I was sure it was Tecumseh.  He was chasing Fleetwood Mac, and behind him were Galadrial and her foal Oceana.  I had not seen Oceana yet, she was born in late September.  It was so good to finally meet her!

Galadrial and Oceana, May 10, 2015

Galadrial and Oceana, May 10, 2015

I was really pleased to see how healthy Tecumseh looked.  He had no open wounds and his weight was good.  He looked better than I had seen him since Gringo took his band from him in June 2012.  He also was clearly a good band stallion again.  Very protective and watchful.

Tecumseh, Galadrial and Oceana, May 10, 2015

Tecumseh, Galadrial and Oceana, May 10, 2015

Gringo was down to just one mare now, Beulah.  He seemed content with this, and while he approached and grazed near and with Tecumseh and band, there was only one brief encounter.  It was Tecumseh who initiated the move.  The did some brief boxing and then returned to their grazing.  Little miss Oceana marched right up with her daddy and watched the boxing.  She is a very outgoing and fun little girl.  I look forward to watching her grow up on the mountain.

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Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Wild in the Pryors Continuing up the mountain just a short way was Mescalaro and his band, with a new member, Feldspar.  She was part of the band, which included her mother, Rosarita and sister Half Moon.  Half Moon looks to be pregnant, I hope I am right, she has only one offspring on the mountain right now, Missoula, it would be good for her to have another.

Half Moon and Broken Bow

Half Moon and Broken Bow

Feldspar

Feldspar

And just as fast as they exited a short way down the road, the Fleetwood Mac band barged into this area.  This band very much reminds me of how the Odd Couple (Horizon, Fiesta and Juniper) were when they first formed their band.  Then the wise and beautiful mare Tonapah joined them and showed them the way of the mountain, and peace and stability took over for them.  I wonder if an older mare will step in to help this band as well.

Nimbus does not look pregnant to me, but she is so tiny, she may be.  If she foaled, I am not sure how that would unfold.  She is a very young inexperience young mare with 3 stallions.  I hope I am right and she is not.

Nimbus watches Missoula

Nimbus watches Missoula

Missoula has grown into a confident young stallion, he is three this year, and as I watched him, I wondered why Mescalero had not kicked him out.  If Mescalero does not kick him out soon, he may have trouble doing so in another year.  Right now, Mescalero has easy authority over him, but give him another year, and he will have a hard time telling this young stallion what to do.

I watched Missoula go over to spar with the Fleetwood Mac boys, he was allowed to do this for a while, but then Mescalero stepped in and reminded him where his place was.

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Knight watches the boys play, but never joins in.

Knight watches the boys play, but never joins in.

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Nimbus, Knight and Malstrom

Nimbus, Knight and Malstrom

Malstom

Malstom

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Mescalero tells Missoula it is time to come home.

Mescalero tells Missoula it is time to come home.

Fleetwood Mac Band takes off on yet another adventure.

Fleetwood Mac Band takes off on yet another adventure.

It started to snow again, as we traveled further up the road.  I wasn’t sure if I would see another band up this high, we were past the old horse trap area and about 2 miles from the top.  I looked ahead and saw some fresh horse manure in the road, and at about the same time, I saw some horses to the right of me in the woods.  It was Jasper with his new band!

Jasper, May 10, 2015

Jasper, May 10, 2015

Last summer, I wrote that I watched Jasper “taking notes”.  I felt this young stallion would be trying for a band soon.  I was right, but his collection of mares was one he clearly worked on, and did it well.  He did not step in and take over just one band, he collected mares from 3 different bands.  They all seemed to be adjusting well with the change.  His band consisted of:  Millicent (Garcia’s band), Lariet and Oklahoma (last seen with Horizon’s band) and Ketchikan and her foal Okiotak (from Gringo’s band).

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Lariat looked extremely thin, but she has looked very thin for a year now.  While he seemed small, her little colt Oklahoma seemed to be doing just fine.  Another testament to the extreme will to survive with these wild horses.  Hope the summer is good to them both and they can put on some much-needed weight.

Milicent was the most watchful of the group.  Her father, Garcia is one of the wildest on the Pryors.  He taught her well to be cautious and observing of her surroundings.

Ketchikan and little Okiotak looked good.  Was Ketchikan pregnant again?  She is one that I am never sure of.  I hope she is not.  Okiotak was born  in October, and unless she was bred immediately, that means she would have another late foal.

Lariat

Lariat

Jasper and band

Jasper’s and band

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Jasper and band

Jasper and band

Oklahoma and Okiotak play

Oklahoma and Okiotak play

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Jasper with Okiotak and Oklahoma

Jasper with Okiotak and Oklahoma

Okiotak

Okiotak

Ketchikan and Okiotak

Ketchikan and Okiotak

Ketchikan and Okiotak

Ketchikan and Okiotak

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Jasper

Jasper

We left them to sleep in the sun that was now shinning.  I began to wonder if I would make it to the top of the mountain.  My answer was waiting just a short way up the road.  I was about 1/2 mile from the top when I ran into a huge drift in the road.  It would be the end of the road for this day.  I parked Ophelia and hiked around to take in the beauty that surrounded me.

I don’t usually bring a dog with me to the mountain, but this time I had to include my corgi, Dover.  He did well, and he was so small, it did not even seem to interest the horses one bit.  Dover is also used to being around horses, and he did not give them a second glance either.

Ophelia

Ophelia

Walking about 1/2 mile from mountain top

Walking about 1/2 mile from mountain top

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Sandy and Dover hiking through the snow

Sandy and Dover hiking through the snow

We turned around and started back down the mountain, passing a sleeping Jasper band along the way.

Stopping to have a look around, I spotted Hernando and his band.  He was down one member from last fall.  Malestrom was no longer with them.  But Phoenix, Warbonnet and Niobrara were still there.  They all seemed to be doing well.

Sandy and Dover looking for horses

Sandy and Dover looking for horses

Herando and band

Herando and band

Hernando and band

Hernando and band

Back down on Cheyenne Flats, I saw Doc with Jackson’s band.  They had traveled a few miles up the mountain since I had seen them in the early morning of this day.  It was nice to see them up closer.

Teceumseh and his band was there along with a much smaller Duke band.  Duke was now down to 4 members, he had with him, Aurora, Helenium and Outlawlass.  Outlawlass went over to visit with Oceana.  The stayed by each other grazing.  There was a peacefulness to this open area, I inhaled it deeply.  It was good to be back on the mountain.

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Docs

Docs

Jasmine

Jasmine

Nye

Nye

Docs

Docs

Dukes

Dukes

Dukes

Dukes

Dukes

Dukes

Outlawlass with Tecumseh band.

Outlawlass with Tecumseh band.

Outlawlass with Oceana

Outlawlass with Oceana

We left the horses and made our way back down the mountain.  Heading up the road early this morning, I had no idea what I would see, but we had seen over 50 horses (some spotted over on Sykes).  I felt grateful for those that had shown themselves to me.

I am looking forward to my summer here on the mountain.  Introducing people from all over the world to this special herd of horses.  I feel very fortunate to be able to do this.

I have 1 (maybe 2) spots left in my last trip of the summer.  Click 2015 to go to that post and see the dates.  I have also released my 2016 dates.  Click on 2016, to go to that post.

Sandy

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Logo designed by Amber Bushnell. Wild in the Pryors and this logo is copyrighted.

 

 

2015 Pryor Foal Number 3!

Mercuria and her  filly foal, Paquita with the band stallion Hidatsa.

Mercuria and her filly foal, Paquita with the band stallion Hidatsa.

The third known Pryor foal of 2015 was discovered by Kristen Collett.  Thank you Kristen for reporting this news.

My guess is that the sire of this foal is most likely Hawk, as I saw Mercuria and her mother Jewel with him last spring.  So this could be Hawk’s first foal.

Mercuria is the 2012 daughter of Merlin and Jewel.  Hawk is the 2007 son of Seattle and Cascade.

Jewel, Hawk and Mercuria, April 27, 2014

Jewel, Hawk and Mercuria, April 27, 2014

I will be heading out there soon, hope to see this little one and many more.

Sandy

Paquita

Paquita

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Logo designed by Amber Bushnell. Wild in the Pryors and this logo is copyrighted.

 

Pryor Foal, Number 2, 2015

Prospera

Prospera.  Photo by Kristen Collett

The second known 2015 Pryor Foal was discovered by the BLM a few days ago.  She was born to the mare Fiasco and the stallion Custer.  She has been named Prospera.

Custer is the 1996 son of Sitka and Shaman, Fiasco is the 2005 daughter of Topper Too and Chino.

Fiasco, July 30, 2012

Fiasco, July 30, 2012

Custer, October, 2011

Custer, October, 2011

Fiasco and Propera.  Photo by Kristen Collett

Fiasco and Prospera. Photo by Kristen Collett

Sandy

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Logo designed by Amber Bushnell. Wild in the Pryors and this logo is copyrighted.

First Pryor Foal of 2015

Icara and Fools Crow 2015 Foal, Phantam

Icara and Fools Crow 2015 Foal, Phantom  Photo by Kristen Collett

The known foal born in the Pryors this year is Phantom.  Parents are Icara and Fools Crow.  Thank you to Kristen Collett for the discovery.  It looks like it may be a filly.

Phantom and Icara

Phantom and Icara.  Photo by Kristen Collett

Phantom

Phantom.  Photo by Kristen Collett

Thanks Kristen!

Sandy

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Logo designed by Amber Bushnell. Wild in the Pryors and this logo is copyrighted.

Proposed Removal of Pryor Horses

2014 foals,  July 2014

2014 foals, July 2014

I am sorry for the delay in reporting this to you.  I was informed of this a couple days ago, and to be honest, I felt like I was hit in the stomach, and just needed a few days to catch my breath.

I was expecting this,  I wasn’t sure when, and I had secretly hoped it wouldn’t happen.

Halcyon and Olivia, July 2014.

Halcyon and Olivia, July 2014.

Below is the letter with the information about the proposal and where to send your comments.  I have already mailed mine.  It must be received by April 24, so I encourage you write and send it off in the next few days to assure delivery by the deadline.

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Odessey

Odessey

Sandy

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Logo designed by Amber Bushnell. Wild in the Pryors and this logo is copyrighted.

Lakota’s Gift, 2015

Lakota, July, 2011

Lakota, July, 2011

Last year was the first year that I award a free camping trip with me to a young person who could carry on their passion of the wild horses and share it with others their age.  I named it “Lakota’s Gift” to honor my favorite wild horse who died in the summer of 2012.  Lakota gave so much to me in such a short time, that I felt I needed to give back to another person who had never seen these horses before. You can read about who those who were chosen last year by clicking on GIFT 1.

This year the free camping trip goes to Abbie Branchflower.  I asked Abbie to write a bit about herself so below is her story.

I am looking forward to meeting you Abbie, and congratulations.   If anyone is interested in apply for the summer of 2016, please send me you application (about why I should choose you), to wildinthepryors@aol.com.

Sandy

Abbie

Abbie

“Hi, my name is Abbie and I’m ecstatic to have been given the opportunity to see the Pryor Mustangs in person this summer! I graduated magna cum laude from Delaware Valley College in May 2014 with a major in Equine Science and a minor in English Literature. I currently work at a local animal hospital and will be pursuing a Masters or PhD in the field of Equine Health.

I was born in the U.K. across from Ascot Racecourse so my parents have always said that horses were probably the first thing I smelled! My family moved first to Canada (where I became bilingual in French), and then ten years later, to Connecticut. I have always had a passion for horses in every form and have experience working at stables, volunteering at riding for the disabled organizations and foaling out mares. At age sixteen I got my own horse and love caring for him! In high school I co-founded and ran C.A.N.T.E.R. (Charitable Acts in Newtown Towards Equine Rescue) and was honored to receive the Humane Society’s Shaw-Worth Scholarship in my senior year.  Naturally, I went to college to pursue my passion for horses. In my junior year I was selected as 1 of 2 Equine Science students to attend a semester at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire, England where I interned at the Equine Therapy Centre. In my senior year of college I was presented with the Equine Science Award.

I am a big believer in protecting and preserving America’s mustangs and am interested in research into preserving bloodlines for the long-term health of the herds, especially a herd as unique as the Pryors. I have engaged in many campaigns to protect the mustangs, including writing letters, making presentations and designing shirts for sale to benefit the Pryor Mustangs. As an Equine Science major I focused on the effects of PZP on isolated populations of mustangs and spent hours reading all the information I could get my hands on.

I love photography and am very excited to try my hand at photographing the gorgeous Pryor mustangs. I follow any and all information on the herd, and though I haven’t seem them (yet!) in person, I feel deeply connected to these horses. Some of the mustangs I have felt particularly drawn to through following the herd (not including this year’s foals!) include: Firestorm, Feldspar, Jupiter, Demure, Hailstorm, Mica, Fool’s Gold, Medicine Bow, Fiesta, Horizon and Juniper.”

Abbie

Lakota, May 2012.

Lakota, May 2012.

 

Jackson Update, February, 2015

From Left to Right:  Firestorm and Okomi with Hertiage and Jackson on the right.  Photo taken by Jack Sterling on February 7, 2015

From Left to Right: Firestorm and Okomi with Hertiage and Jackson on the right. Photo taken by Jack Sterling on February 7, 2015

Jackson was spotted with a few of his former mares this past weekend.  Jack Sterling, a frequent visitor to the range spotted them about 3 miles up Burnt Timber road.  Thank you Jack for sharing your photo.

Firestorm looks thin, but for the last several years, she seems to look this way this time of year.  Obviously pregnant, it takes a lot of her during the winter.  I am hoping Heritage is pregnant this year.  Depending on when and if she foals, will give us a good idea whether it is Doc’s foal or Jackson’s.  Jackson lost his band to Doc in May last year.  His weight looks really good compared to last year at this time.

This report makes me really happy.  Jackson is an amazing and caring stallion, I am so happy that he has some of his mares back.  The one question that remains:  Will his very devoted mare Brumby be joining him soon?  I look forward to finding out the answer.

Sandy

Jackson, February 2014

Jackson, February 2014

Jackson:  February 18, 2014

Jackson: February 18, 2014

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Logo designed by Amber Bushnell. Wild in the Pryors and this logo is copyrighted.

PZP UPDATE, January, 2015

Gracianna and her 2014 foal, Odakota.  July, 2014.

Gracianna and her 2014 foal, Odakota. July, 2014.

Below is information pertaining to a revised PZP program.  You can go to the BLM/Billings website to view it there as well.  Click on BLM to go there.

I am going to throughly read and think through this proposal before I send in my comment.  I encourage everyone to do the same.

We can use this post as a discussion forum if you have any questions, I will do my best to find the answers for you.

Thank you,

Sandy

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Odakota, July 2014

Odakota, July 2014

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The above document is available for you to view and download at the BLM website.

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2015, The Name Game

Odakota, Nickle and Outlawlass, July 2014.

Odakota, Nickle and Outlawlass, July 2014.

It is time for the Third Annual Wild In The Pryors, “Name Game”!  This is the post where any of you can suggest names for the 2015 foals born in the Pryors.  Of course, like on all the previous years, I can not guarantee that they will be used, but it will be fun to list them, and I do know that every time I discovered a foal, I came to this post to look at all of the suggestions.

In 2000, the BLM started using a letter for each year of foals, starting with A.  This year is the P year.  So please feel free to list your ideas in the comment section of this post.  To read more about this system and why we use names, please refer to my Name Game post that I did last in 2013.  Click on Name Game to go there.

I am looking forward to reading all of your suggestions!  If someone else has already posted your name idea, please list it again anyway.  It will be fun to see what the most popular name suggestions are!

Sandy

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