We just finished up an action-packed weekend with four straight days of Eastern Sierra adventure. We’ve got thousands of photos and hours of video from the weekend, and we’re going to start it off with images from the spectacular wild horses of Adobe Valley. We’ve been out there several times before and we’ve posted pictures and stories from a few of those trips here and here.
For those that don’t know, which I’m sure is most of you, Adobe Valley is off of Highway 120, southeast of Mono Lake.
We figure there were about 200 horses out there and they seem to be healthier, calmer and prettier than they’ve ever been. There were at least ten babies and I’d guess about 20 other young horses. They all seemed healthy so it’s safe to say the future of this herd looks promising.
Have a look through the collection and check back in soon. We’ve got photos and video from last weekend’s trips to Silver Canyon, The Buttermilks and Chidago Canyon on the way.
This is our lunch spot. The wind was howling so we faced straight into it and the back of the truck was completely calm.