Pryor Journal

THE NEVER ENDING WINTER

*UPDATE 5/19/14 Since Ginger’s visit to the Pryors as detailed below, Cloud has been seen and Ginger is headed to the Pryors today! 5/10/14 Dear Friends, Ann Evans and I start out from Colorado on Tuesday, May 6th. It is Cloud’s little daughter, Encore’s, first birthday. On our way to Montana we stop at Dr. […]

SNOW, MUD, AND THE SEARCH FOR CLOUD A PRYOR MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

3/14/14Dear Cloud and Pryor Wild Horse Friends, Paula Todd King, ace Communications Director for the Cloud Foundation, and her intrepid husband, Ron, join me for a challenging adventure in the Pryor Mountains. For those who have only come to this spectacular wild horse range in the summer, you need only visit in winter to appreciate […]

WHITE ON WHITE A PRYOR MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

2/12/14Dear Cloud and Pryor Wild Horse friends, From top to bottom, the Pryor Mountains are blanketed with snow. Only the deep green junipers and multicolored cliffs break a landscape of white. Erika Liljestrand, our newest member of the Cloud Foundation team, and photographer extraordinaire, friend and lover of all things wild, Deb Little, accompany me […]

A Ridge Too Far The Search for Cloud

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ON HOLIDAY WITH CLOUD & THE PRYOR MUSTANGS AND THE FREEDOM FAMILY BANDS

1/14/14Dear Friends of Cloud: Winter is not for the faint of heart in the Pryor Mountains. The wild horses that live here are some of the toughest in the West and very difficult to find at this time of year. Our most important pieces of equipment are without a doubt spotting scopes, binoculars, and on […]