Lakota’s Gift.

Burnt Timber Road at Cheyenne Flats
Burnt Timber Road at Cheyenne Flats

This will be my second year giving camping tours.  I no longer give day trips, but the PMWMC is, so contact them if you would like to go on a day trip.

This year I decided to give back.  I feel so fortunate to be able to share my passion with others.  My goal this year, was to give a trip to a young person who could carry on their passion and share it with others their age.  This year, I awarded those trips to two people.  Jonathan S. and Brianna H.  Brianna just recently graduated from High School and Jonathan is in High School.  I hope by doing this, these two will carry on the torch (so to speak) and encourage others their age to become aware of not only the Pryor Horses, but all the other wild horses in the US.

Lakota, May 2012
Lakota, May 2012

I am calling this award, “Lakota’s gift” and I think he would approve.  It is hard to believe that it has been two years since his death.

If you are interested in being the recipient of next summers gift, contact me on why and how your feel this way.  Here is the deal:  you must pay for your own transportation to Lovell, Wyoming.  After that, your mountain top trip will be a gift.  It may be a 3 or 4 day trip and includes camping gear if needed and all your food and mountain top transport with me.  (value: $800- $1,100 ).  I of course can provide references if needed.  You can email me at: wildinthepryors@aol.com.

Sandy

Logo designed by Amber Bushnell
Logo designed by Amber Bushnell

 

13 thoughts on “Lakota’s Gift.

  1. What a beautiful experience to share, Sandy. You have so much knowledge to hand down to these young people. Lakota’s spirit will live on through another generation. 🙂

  2. What a great way to give back! I think Lakota would love that you named it after him. It is perfect. Congrats to Jonathan and Brianna, two people who are definitely deserving!

  3. Pretty awesome, Sandy! Great idea! And from what I read and see in the various blogs, you picked two very deserving young people! This is how one person can make a difference in this world!

  4. Great idea, Sandy! And as others have said, congratulations to Brianna and Jonathan! I’m thinking they’ll “do you proud”. And what a way to keep Lakota’s memory alive. He was such a fine representative of the Pryor horses. I love the whole concept. 🙂

  5. Sandy what a wonderful gift to give and I am sure Jonathan and Brianna are thrilled!!!! Really is a great tribute to the one and only Lakota that has left such hoof prints on our hearts. Really is hard to believe it has been two years since he passed, one very special Pryor horse..

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