Letter Home….

End of video are calico pics, just fyi


7 thoughts on “Letter Home….

  1. conniej947 says:

    Oh Laura… so well done my friend — full of the realistic wrongdoing, misfortune and sadness pervading these roundups…

  2. Mar Wargo says:

    With the help from Elric and his presence I hope you are doing better this year than last; sharing life in the rough. Be careful.

    Small stuff; I got shipping changed to Gordy’s. So look for them there.


  3. Honor Hannon says:

    There are no words strong enough to describe this violence to Mother Nature’s children. These pictures evoke memories of documentaries of the Jewish people being rounded up and sent to the concentration camps then to their deaths. History repeats…..

  4. Louie Cocroft says:

    It’s not just the Wild Horses and Burros. It’s looking as though you will have to get in line to file a complaint and the line keeps getting longer. This sure doesn’t look good before elections:

    Amy Mall’s Blog
    Western Wyoming: from wildland to wasteland?
    Posted June 14, 2011 in Health and the Environment, Saving Wildlife and Wild Places
    The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is reviewing a proposal for what has been called a “massive” natural gas project in western Wyoming. The project could involve more than than 4,000 new gas wells, interfering with important habitat for mule deer and sage grouse populations — species that have already suffered significant declines due to energy development in the area.
    This project would take place in the Upper Green River Valley of Wyoming. This area used to be among Wyoming’s wildest and most pristine landscapes. Now it is home to some of the worst air quality in the nation and groundwater contaminated with the carcinogen benzene. Residents report serious health symptoms including respiratory problems, burning eyes, and nosebleeds.

    • Mar Wargo says:

      I am sure this will happen without a hitch… there is not a strong enough opposition for these lands which have had wild horses on them for 150 years.

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