Today’s post is written by my friend Brianna! Thank you so much Brianna! I am looking forward to more of these from you!
Saturday Lori and I met at the Center and drove out to the range. We hadn’t been having the best luck, but we decided we’d give it one more try.
We stayed in the Dryhead because we were limited on time that day. We slowed to look for the Greeters when we entered the range, but no luck there.
We crossed the state line and still no luck.
We had just been talking about waiting another month or two for our next trip since we still weren’t seeing anyone, and I Iooked down over a ridge and spotted a horse.
We were in the right place at just the right time, any sooner or later we wouldn’t have seen him. We pulled over and got out, and had to walk back a little ways. At first we couldn’t find him, and then we saw Fiero coming up the small hill into sight. He must not have seen or heard us at first, because he just kept walking closer, we were quite a ways away though, and when he finally did see us, he stopped and looked, then started eating. Not sure what he was eating, but he looked really good. Lori and I were almost surprised at how good he looked.
After taking a few pictures, we got back in the vehicle and continued to the end of the range, where we turned around and headed back. All the way back we didn’t see anyone.
We did see quite a few deer though.
Right by the turn to Crooked Creek Bay we were looking for the Greeters again, and there they were this time. They were probably there on our way in too, but we just couldn’t see them.
Jesse James was so well hidden that we thought he might have wandered off, but after walking up a hill we spotted him tucked away behind what I would call weeds.
We went back to the Center to visit Kaibab and Liesl. I’m doing a school project and I wanted to use a picture of Lori reading to them for it. Kaibab wasn’t too sure about the book, but Liesl loved it. She seems to really like new things, and just human interaction in general. Here’s a few of the pictures I got of them, and when I’m done with my project I’ll send Sandy a copy to share too.
And here is the finished project! Nice job Brianna!