I very interesting post by Shawn. Thanks Shawn!
Upon awaking Saturday, I decided to run out the dryhead while I saw what the weather was going to do. It ended up remaining the same most of the day, with clouds and clear sky intermixed, until I left at around 5 with a heavier rain. It also looked like the rain, or snow, was more consistent higher up the mountain. My first wildlife on the range was actually some of the bighorn sheep. I saw Issaquah and Hawk again, but no Kemmerer with them this morning. Fiero was nearby. As I came back through, the greeters had made it to work a little late.
Still unsure of the weather, I decided to go to the Sykes’ coulee overlook. I am glad I did because on the way I could see a lone horse out a little ways. It was Inniq, taking after his father in his remote desert ways.
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