Wednesday, February 21, 2007

My feet are freezing

The cowboys encounter their first snow fall on the ride back home. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Do you think the other guys will miss us?

Time out for two very hard working members of the "A" team. Some beautiful scenery as well. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Beautiful knees or beautiful trout.

I guess it depends on the eye of the beholder eh? Beautiful knees and beautiful trout provided by George. Another great shot by Bob Jepson Posted by Picasa

Early Morning Sunrise

Upper Musqwa. Another beautiful picture by
Bob Jepson Posted by Picasa

Friday, October 06, 2006

There is light at the end of the tunnel

This is the Upper Muskwa/Gahto Pass. After the cowboys got through this pass, they were into snow.Posted by Picasa

This is more like it.

Beautiful scenery, beautiful pastures. Posted by Picasa

You've seen my ears, here's my face

Pretty Boy peeking through the bushes. Posted by Picasa

Finally, a bit of R & R without those cowboys and their saddles, panniers, and top packs

A well earned rest at Chesterfield Lake.
Picture by George Super Posted by Picasa

Whew, we made it! Now it's your turn

Robert and his group are down and on the trail again. Another photo by George and ears by Pretty Boy. Posted by Picasa

Hmm...we kind of prefer the mudbaths to rock sliding

In this picture, several horses have slid down the rock face. To the right a glacier.
Photo by Bob Jepson Posted by Picasa

We don't understand all this hype about mud baths!

Here you can see several of the horses are more than knee deep in mud. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Hm...I wonder how long ago that grizzly was here....

Need I say any more... Posted by Picasa

A horse named Crow

Notice Crow's eyelashes. Posted by Picasa

Looking from the top of the world

Photo by George Super Posted by Picasa

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Southend of Quentin Lake

Photo by George Super, ears by Pretty Boy Posted by Picasa

Striker is on the trail again

You can see what the cowboys were having to cut their way through. Posted by Picasa

Jim to the rescue

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Striker is in trouble

Striker stepped in a hole and suddenly found himself upside down. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Where's the trail?

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Cutting through the burn

This is the first in a series of pictures that will show you what these men had to cut through for 10 days. Rain, wind and lightening much of the time. Posted by Picasa

Home Sweet Home

Can you imagine having to create your living space almost each and every evening, and then in the morning, pack it all up and continue down the trail. In this picture, there was no snow, wind or rain. Posted by Picasa