The Farrier

The Farrier is a very important part the the equine industry. With some veterinarian skills he or she can look after your horses hooves. From timing hooves to making shoes for problem feet. Protecting hooves for trail and working horses. Stopping wear on performance horses. These men and woman have a very important part toContinue reading “The Farrier”

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Driving from Alamosa Colorado its around 32 miles (35min) to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. taking the 160 and the 150. If you are going to camp at the park make a reservation first HERE it can and does get very busy. Or you can camp at the San Luis Lakes WildlifeContinue reading “Great Sand Dunes National Park”

Black Bears of Montana

Black bears can be found throughout Montana. From small towns to the mountains. Around the edge of Flathead Lake you have large areas of Cherry and Apple orchards. This brings them down to feed close to peoples homes.Making sightings of them around Flathead lake area very common The above bear is cinnamon in color, andContinue reading “Black Bears of Montana”

American Alligator

On our last trip to South Carolina. To the town of Bluffton. I spend some time in the evenings and mornings photographing some of the local alligators that live around the town.Finding them is not hard as they can be found sun baking on banks around the waterways.They are more active in the mornings andContinue reading “American Alligator”

Moab Hiking

Have the winter blues got you down. Go hiking in Moab, Utah. Or take the mountain bike for a ride on one of the many trails. Arches National Park entrance is the closest to the town of Moab. Or the camping sites on the Colorado river just out of town. With many short hikes forContinue reading “Moab Hiking”

Red Fox on the Hunt

Red Fox hunting for rodents under the snow   Watching this Red fox hunting for rodents was very interesting and entertaining  moving his head from side to side, listing to the rodents movements under the snow (about 2 feet deep) and then jumping up and nose diving into the snow and catching it on the first try,Continue reading “Red Fox on the Hunt”

Redwood National Park

After a long 12 hour drive up from Southern California, I got into Crescent City to meet up with a friend that had driven south from Idaho and we were both glad to be out of our cars. The next morning it was coffee in town for the morning heart starter and a look aroundContinue reading “Redwood National Park”

Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens

The Conservatory in the Botanical Gardens A Great way to spend the day around Los Angeles for Art Lovers and Botanical Garden fans. Not far from Pasadena in San Marino you will find the the Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens on 120 acres of well keep grounds. not counting the work that is being doneContinue reading “Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens”

The Wildlife Around Us

Over the last month we have had this Coyote coming into our back yard for the shade. As long as you are on the tractor or using the mower he just walks pass and takes his spot under the trees for the hottest part of the day. California Coyote Another visitor is the the RedContinue reading “The Wildlife Around Us”