Wild Horses – Sand Wash Basin

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Two weeks ago Janet and I went to Sand Wash Basin near Maybell Colorado to photograph wild horses and got some great shots. Those of you not from Colorado are probably thinking “where is Maybell”, well it is about 18 miles west of Craig which is 45 miles west of Steamboat Springs. It is definitely out in the “boon docks”. But it is a great place to visit and see what the old west was like. All of the horses look to be very healthy, some down right FAT, but when winter comes the fat will help them make it through the cold. Maybell has the honor of having the coldest recorded temperature in Colorado -60 below zero!!

Hope you like the photos.

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