BCNRA sign dedication

As many of you know, one of my pictures was used on a sign at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.  Ahnya and I got back from our Pennsylvania trip in time to run over for the new sign dedication and talk with all of the other contributors but one. The ones I knew I hadn’t seen in a while, and some I had talked to on blogs and facebook, but was finally able to meet in person for the first time.  There was also an informative presentation by the artist-in-residence.  Ahnya took pictures of some of the ceremonies. 

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Since we arrived early, we did have time to run out to the Dryhead and see some horses.  It was the first I saw Orion and Oak.

Closer to the road was Hidalgo’s band with Oak

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Way out from the interpretive site was Corona’s band with Orion

DSC_3502 DSC_3504 DSC_3511The only other horses I saw on this trip besides the greeters was Fiero’s band.  Oregon looked so comfortable sleeping that we did not hike down to get a closer look at them, but we did see them all pass by on the way to Layout Creek during the “meet the artist” part of the day.




3 thoughts on “BCNRA sign dedication

  1. Wow, good job Ahnya! those are some great photos 🙂

    Shawn, what happened to the beard? 🙂 Congratulations again on the sign… and thanks for the Dryhead photos.

  2. It was cool seeing you and Ahnya at the dedication. I think that photo of yours was a great choice for the sign. It not only shows the beauty of the horses, but also of the Range and Nature. 🙂 Hope our paths cross out there again sometime.

  3. Your sign looks great! The picture is a great representation of the high dun and roan factors in this herd. The other signs look really nice too. I really like what theyve done with them.

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