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Part 2 of our Summer Trip



Horses Close To Cabin
Generally summer vacations have to be booked at least months in advance, if not year in advance.  Back around Christmas there were a lot of COVID restrictions and we didn't know what the summer was going to be like so we picked a conservative plan for the summer - find places far from the crowds that are still new experiences.  We picked two places - Cathedral Provincial Park and Big Bar Ranch.  We picked Big Bar Ranch specifically because Nature Vancouver was originally planning on doing a summer camp here and they really sold us on the location.

Big Bar Ranch has a lot of history here, but the current management team is new.  The cabin we stayed in was built in the 60's or 70's but it has been brought up to date (internet!) and made for a comfortable stay.  I really wanted to take the kids horse back riding (we booked 4 half day trips), but there is a lot more to do around Big Bar Ranch than just riding the trails.

Our First Horseback Ride

Claira Fitting Helmet

  To ride at the ranch you need a helmet and cowboy boots - both are provided.  The horses were saddled up when we came out after lunch and we were quickly on our way.  The ranch is located in the shadow of the marble mountains and there are springs everywhere around here - when other fields have gone brown, there are many green fields and small ponds.


Our first walk was to the Canyon - a large hole in the ground that eventually leads to the Fraser river.  Our horses knew the route and the rules - they line and mostly go with little direction.  The horses have a strong social life so some horses want to be in front, some want to follow and some don't want to be next to others.  The guides of started is in the correct order and the horses made sure we didn't mess it up to much.

Wet Fields Near GateNara Smiling On RideNara And Claira With Jesmond Peak Behind

Riding Near CanyonWalking Near CanyonClaira Smiling On Ride

Claira Patting Horse After Ride
After the overlook of the canyon, we returned by a forest can came back to camp.   After a few hours on the horse back us parents were a bit sore but the kids were all smiles.
 

Town Day!

I planned the trip to have some horse back riding days and some "adventure" days where we would explore.  After our first day riding, we went for an adventure - grab lunch near Cache Creek and an ice cream in Clinton and then go for a swim at the near by lake.  Our first stop was Desert Hills Ranch.  There are two locations - the big one is in Ashcroft, but there is a smaller Desert Hills just north of Cache Creek that has some fruit, a lot of hot sauces and excellent Tacos! 

Veggie Tacos At Desert HillsNachos At Desert Hills


After lunch, we drove a few km North to Horstings Farmers Market and grabbed some fresh fruit and a bit more lunch for the kids.  They had an outdoor covered patio and a great selection of baked goods.

Fruit At HorstingsHorsting Apple Orchard
 
Ice Cream In Clinton
Finally we drove up to Clinton and stopped in at Hunnies for an ice cream.  Helen found they also carried garlic products from a farm near 70 mile that we like so we wound up buying an arm full of dressing mixes.  Ice Cream is already good, but Ice Cream on a hot day is fantastic.

Big Bar Lake

Big Bar Lake is a Provincial Park on the same dirt road as Big Bar Ranch so we pass it on the way back home.  We stopped in and got out the swim stuff.

Nara Playing On Pool FloatsKids Floating On Pool NoodlesClaira On Floating Ring

It's a great lake for a swim, but it's also impressive how much wildlife is here as well.  Yes, the mosquitoes are bad at the picnic tables, but when you are out swimming there are small swarms of damsel flies.  Just on shore you can easily find Dragonflies just by looking at the likely perches. 

Spotted Sandpiper LakesideRed Veined MeadowhawkFour Spotted Skimmer

The lake isn't that deep (with a bit of elevation you can see the bottom) which apparently makes the loons happy.  We watched a loon parent fishing and giving it's catches to the juvenile bird that was with it.  It was quite a dedicated parent.

Common Loon Close To ShoreCommon Loon With Chick

Fraser Canyon

Kids Playing By Big Bar Ferry
We had horseback riding booked for Sunday, but a horseshoe appointment pushed our ride from the morning to the afternoon.  Looking at a map, Big Bar Ranch isn't on the Fraser Canyon, but the Fraser river is close.  We decided to drive down a check out the reaction ferry to get you across.  We got to the river side and found at least a dozen big trucks.  The ferry operator was on a break and we weren't in a hurry so we chatted with the truck operators.  They were workers from
Kiewit here to clear the massive big bar landslide on the river a few km up from here.  In November or December 2018 a huge landslide created a choke point the river where the salmon couldn't pass.  They have been working for the better part of a year breaking up the that now block the river and building a fish ladder.  The project is using this ferry (and the aerial tramway when the river can't be passed by boat) much harder than usual.  The operator said the aerial tramway would normally make 5 trips a week when there was ice on river.  This last year, they put 10 years of wear onto the tramway.

The ferry also doesn't run in the river is too high.  The ferry had just started running again after a few days where the river was so high that the ferry had no place to load.  At this time of year the river can rise or fall by 3 feet in a single night so the operator has to come out in the middle of the night to move the ferry so it isn't marooned on the shore in the morning.  The Fraser is a busy river!

On Truck On FerrySandy Cliffs High Above Fraser


We drove up the road (the road going North is blocked with construction traffic for the slide remediation) and took in the view.  While the dirt road would eventually find the road to Lillooet, there was a forest fire up there that made the road non-passable.  We took in the view, turned around and then came back to the ferry.

Slopes Meshed With Cow Trails

Second Ride

Kids Getting Ready For Second Ride
This was our second afternoon ride.  I got a new horse this time - a horse that was used to being a pack horse and walking on a lead connected to the horse in front.  The ranch is having a hard time finding young horses at a reasonable price - COVID seems to brought out a lot of people on recreational properties and the horses are going to people that are willing to spend.

Walking Through Grassy Fields

The ride today was east of the ranch up to the power lines and then along under the power lines north.  There is a string of water bodies along the the road and we walked near to them for much of the way back.

Claira On Her HorseNara On Her Horse

Coming Back Into Camp
I'm not a light guy and my horse Teddy was sweating hard.  As we went up slopes, the horse started panting.  I didn't want to be the guy that killed a horse so I walked back the last km or so.  I actually like the lower perspective and I have a lot more control of my own feet than I do of a horse. 

Helen Riding Next To Road

Dismount By Tippy Toes
When we got back to camp I asked about Teddy.  Turns out Teddy hasn't been ridden in more than a month and he is just out of shape.  The horse wasn't at risk and needs a bit more work to get into shape, but carrying children isn't going to do it.  You see a pattern at the ranch - the first day, the parents ride with their kids.  All of the rides after that, the kids go out with the guides and the parents stay back at the ranch.  Helen and I rode more than any other parent we saw in the ranch.

Third Ride

Black Cowboy Boots
This ride was up into the forest toward the ride of mountains to the east of the ranch.  You get to appreciate details on the trails - all of the gates are designed to be accessed by someone on horse back (with considerable skill) and several of the trail junctions had maps posted on the trees high enough to be easily read from the back of a horse.  Everyone here rides with a guide, but a lot of thought has been put in to make that work.


Horseback On Forest TrailNara With WaterbottleNara Just Past Gate
 
Claira Brushing Horse
Claira had somewhat of a Disney view of horses - she just wanted to be it's friend.  After the horse obeyed her direction, she would give it a pat on the bumb.  The horse of course has it's own brain - It wants to stop for a snack and stay a certain distance from it's trail mates.  The horses don't watch out for branches that will hit you, but not the horse - that is your job.  As you ride with a horse, it can become quite sensitive to your input - a small pull on the reins will redirect it.  That said, sometimes it needs reminding that you are in charge and little kids can have a hard time pulling up a horses head and giving it a hard enough hit.  Claira ultimately needed a "go" stick to hit her horse because it just ignored her.  At one point her horse wedged itself next to some trees (and nice grass) and Claira had a hard time getting the horse to go sideways enough.  The guide used horse relationship to sort it out - her horse is not liked by the guest horses - it isn't part of the Big Bar herd and it chases the other horses.  When the guide rode face to face with Claira's horse, Claira's horse backed down and did the right thing.  I was impressed.

Big Bar Lake Hike

Entire Swim Area To Ourselves
The last time we went to Big Bar Lake, it was a Saturday and there were a handful of cars parked in the parking lot and a few other people in the lake.  When we arrive on a Monday afternoon we had the day use area all to ourselves.  I went for a quick swim in the lake (it sure feels nice to cool off), applied a lot of sun screen and started walking for the Otter Marsh trail. 


Field Crescent
When you are walking, you sometimes have to make choices about what kind of subject you are looking to photograph.  My 105mm lens is great for flowers and butterflies but is hard to to use for landscape and you would have to be very lucky to use it for birds.  When butterflies are popping up every few meters. it's easy to focus on them as a subject.


The Otter Marsh trail is quite nice - you cover a number of different micro biomes in a short period of time.  I was maybe half an hour in when I realized I was at least an hour to return if I kept going.  There is no cell phone coverage out here so I decided to return early.  I was glad I did - the kids got cold from swimming in the lake, but were mobbed by the mosquitoes when they came out.  They were very glad to go to the truck when I returned back.

Mormon Fritillary On Dry FlowerNorthern Crescent On Fresh FlowerNorthern Crescent On Purple Flower

You see more insect life here than you ever do in the city.  It's great to see butterflies and dragonflies, but the mosquitoes are quite a bummer.  The ranch people say the mosquitoes do wax and wane with the weather of the summer, but for the week we were there, they were a quite bad around water and near sunset.

Day Trip to 100 Mile House

The Very Smokey Chasm
We had two back to back days riding horses so I was glad we booked a day off to try and recover some hip movement.  We decided to do another road trip - this time North to 100 Mile House.  Our first stop was at Chasm.  The web page told us the park was closed because of fire danger, but we decided to check and it turned out to be completely open!  It's basically a smoky roadside attraction - pull in, take a few snaps, get back on the highway.  I'm sure the overnight trails are closed, but we weren't doing any of that.

The Chasm Sign

We drove up to 100 mile house to have sushi for lunch and visit the Save on Foods for some groceries.  100 Mile is a very practical town - one book store which had a good selection of kids books and local books and a huge selection of used pulp fiction.  There was a large quilting store and a small office supply store.  You could find a decent selection of cuisines in the restaurants, but there was only one of each. 
  
Claira The Photographer
There was quite a nice little park in town - Centennial Park with a walk to Bridge Creek Falls.  It wasn't a long walk, but the moisture from the river makes for a quite a different forest from what you see in most of this part of the world. 

Bridge Creek Falls

As we drove back to Big Bar Ranch, you could feel the forest fires closing in.  The Flat Lake fire was throwing up quite a bit of smoke and would close the highway the next day. f 

Drive Up To Long Lake

The nice light is in the evening.  (I disavow that there are beautiful sunrises as well).  Given how remote we are and the lack of cell phone coverage by anyone, we didn't really like the idea of riding these roads at night, but as long as we got back at a reasonable time, we could have some adventure in the evening.  We drove a little North of the Ranch to Long Lake to see a new body of water.

Long Lake Overlook

Google Maps has no idea how to guess the speed on dirt roads so the travel estimates are very conservative - often 30km/h where some of these roads are wide, mostly straight and mostly flat and you can reasonably go faster.  We drove along the lake chain and found a small like that was drying out.


  Mud Near Small Lake
I really like new habitats that come with changes in water.  These salt lakes have their own plants and insects.  We were in the truck about to go out for a walk when we spotted a large bird near the forest edge - perhaps a hawk or an owl.  The raptor disappeared faster than I could get my lens setup, but a few moments later a familiar sound came flying by - Sand Hill Cranes!  These birds are easy to see at Reifel bird sanctuary, but I haven't actually seen them in the wild before.  An amazing place.


I walked down to the pond and found interesting plants and insects.  I wish I could have stayed for an hour but the kids were freaking out about the bugs and it was getting dark.  I need to get out more in the evenings.

Two Sandhill Cranes Flying ByPickleweedLong Legged Anabrus 

Fourth Ride

Big Bar Ranch doesn't own a huge amount of property so most of the trails are actually on crown land or the neighboring OK Ranch.  They have permission to ride (on one ride we stopped by for a check in) so it's interesting to see the inside of working ranches.  The ride today took us to some ponds in OK Ranch, but we also got to see some land management in progress.  OK Ranch is using biosolids to try and improve the soil condition.  The fields of grass looked healthy to my uneducated eyes.

More Blending RequiredWalking Out To Gate
 
Walking Big Grassy Fields
The walk was mostly south up a cattle path (fenced on both sides) to huge grassy fields.  As I understand the bio-solid program, cows grazing isn't bad, but if they do over graze the land is very slow to recover.  Using Biosolids, they can recover over grazed land back to something productive and sustainable for cattle ranching.  The tall grass is habitat that should be here so it seems reasonable to me.


We walked down to a lake, around the lake (some really skittish birds in the lake) and then started our trip back.

Small Lake Reflecting

Walking Down Trail To Lake Side
There are several routes into and out of the ranch and we took a new route back this time.   The small lake on ranch property has quite steep sides but the horses know what they are doing.  It's quite a sight to look down on a horse so close to yourself, but the horses didn't seem to care.  They were a bit more sensitive about walking into the outlet stream, but back on solid ground, they were fine.

Claira Walking In Front Of Ranch

 

Drive Back to Fraser Canyon

Tree On Edge Of Canyon RoadLight In Eroded Canyon

I decided for another early evening activity - drive one of the roads above the Fraser Canyon to look out of over the Canyon nearer to sunset.  After dinner, I put the camera and tripod in the truck and drove off to see the Canyon.


Male Bighorn Sheep Walking Up Trail
I wasn't far down the road before I spotted movement on the high side of the road - a dozen Big Horn Sheep were making good time up a trail.  They didn't like it when I stopped and setup my tripod, but what can you do.


After they disappeared into the cliffs I got ready to go, but noticed there were still more sheep!  A few stragglers were on the other side of the road and wanted to catch up with the heard.  I waited patiently and the sheep started making progress. 

Male Bighorn Sheep Checking Me OutMale Bighorn Sheep Walking By

They gave me lots of space, but eventually the crossed the road and followed the same trail as the earlier herd.  It's nice to see such a large mammal in the wild.

Male Bighorn Sheep Watching From Safe PointMale Bighorn Sheep In Sagebrush

Sun In Smoke Over Fraser
The Flat Lake forest fire was getting larger and the wind caused the smoke to start blowing in our direction.  While I was out you could see the front of smoke making it's way down the canyon.  I was a long way from the fire itself, but the air quality was definitely going to be worse for a while.

Smoke Coming Down Canyon

Wildlife Around Camp

Milky Way Over Big Bar Ranch
We are a long way from any sort of city here so just walking outside at night you see the milky way.  I decided to walk up to the gate at night to take a photo.  There are several farm dogs and sadly one of the farm dogs heard me and wouldn't stop barking even thought I was hundreds of meters away.  I worried I kept everyone up, but apparently the people in the main building mostly ignore the dog.  Early July is not a dark nights time - technically it doesn't get to be night at this time of the year at this latitude, but I had not problem taking a photo of the stars.

Small Forest Fire On Horizon


Nara Feeding Goat
The ranch does have a small herd of all female goats.  The original idea was to use them to keep pigweed under control, but apparently some of them got sick eating weeds so now they get grass.  They are all one family and not very used to visitors (they got very excited) so with a bit of supervision, we were okay. 

Claira Feeding Two Goats

The farm also has pigs which are great for eating kitchen scraps, but you don't want to go pet them.  The fields have rock piles and I noticed marmot would often come out and enjoy the sunset.  I thought this was pretty rare, but the guide told me that every rock pile around here likely has marmots living under it.

Yellow Bellied Marmots On Rock PileYellow Bellied Marmots Spotted Me


Under the eaves of our cabin were a few families of swallows.  The horse corals had a resident flock of Brewers Blackbirds - very skittish around people, but happy to be close to the animals. 

Barn Swallow In New NestBrewers Blackbird On Fence Rail

Down by the lake there were plenty of small birds.  We saw a humingbird almost every day, but it never stopped long enough for me to figure out what kind it was.  I spotted a hawk hunting one day and an osprey another day.  There was no shortage of wildlife if you took the time to watch.

Willow FlycatcherSays PhoebeJuvenile Barn Swallow

We had a great time out at the ranch and would recommend Big Bar Ranch to a friend.


Milky Way Over Big Bar Ranch
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Claira Smiling On Ride
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Nara Just Past Gate
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Male Bighorn Sheep Walking Up Trail
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Claira Walking In Front Of Ranch
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Male Bighorn Sheep Walking By
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Nara Smiling On Ride
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Small Forest Fire On Horizon
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On Truck On Ferry
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Male Bighorn Sheep Checking Me Out
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Four Spotted Skimmer
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Smoke Coming Down Canyon
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Walking Through Grassy Fields
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Kids Playing By Big Bar Ferry
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Claira Brushing Horse
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Long Legged Anabrus
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Coming Back Into Camp
Barn Swallow In New Nest
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Yellow Bellied Marmots On Rock Pile
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Willow Flycatcher
Species: Empidonax traillii (Willow Flycatcher)
Altitude: 1011m (3316 feet)
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Male Bighorn Sheep Watching From Safe Point
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Altitude: 555m (1820 feet)
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Claira Feeding Two Goats
Wet Fields Near Gate
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Veggie Tacos At Desert Hills
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Two Sandhill Cranes Flying By
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Nara Feeding Goat
Claira The Photographer
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Red Veined Meadowhawk
Species: Sympetrum madidum (Red-veined Meadowhawk)
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Mud Near Small Lake
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Riding Near Canyon
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Fruit At Horstings
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Pickleweed
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The Chasm Sign
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Mormon Fritillary On Dry Flower
Species: Speyeria mormonia (Mormon Fritillary)
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Northern Crescent On Fresh Flower
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Walking Big Grassy Fields
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Nara And Claira With Jesmond Peak Behind
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Yellow Bellied Marmots Spotted Me
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Walking Down Trail To Lake Side
Dismount By Tippy Toes
Field Crescent
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Sun In Smoke Over Fraser
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Slopes Meshed With Cow Trails
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Brewers Blackbird On Fence Rail
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Nachos At Desert Hills
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Claira Fitting Helmet
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Walking Near Canyon
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Small Lake Reflecting
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Long Lake Overlook
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Ice Cream In Clinton
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Common Loon With Chick
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Horseback On Forest Trail
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Claira On Her Horse
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Black Cowboy Boots
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Spotted Sandpiper Lakeside
Species: Actitis macularius (Spotted Sandpiper)
Kids Getting Ready For Second Ride
Altitude: 1033m (3389 feet)
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Juvenile Barn Swallow
Species: Hirundo rustica (Barn Swallow)
Sandy Cliffs High Above Fraser
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Horsting Apple Orchard
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Northern Crescent On Purple Flower
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Kids Floating On Pool Noodles
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The Very Smokey Chasm
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Helen Riding Next To Road
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Nara With Waterbottle
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Claira On Floating Ring
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Entire Swim Area To Ourselves
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More Blending Required
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Horses Close To Cabin
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Tree On Edge Of Canyon Road
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Claira Patting Horse After Ride
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Says Phoebe
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Male Bighorn Sheep In Sagebrush
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Nara On Her Horse
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Bridge Creek Falls
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Walking Out To Gate
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Nara Playing On Pool Floats
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Light In Eroded Canyon
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Common Loon Close To Shore
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