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surfponto
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We did a hike into the Inner Pasture yesterday and surprised a small group of Bighorn Sheep.
Sorry for the crappy video , it was from my cell.



Will post some more pics later. Found some nice cactus blooms. smile
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Cool, I haven't seen one with a radio collar yet. Was that the Moonlight Canyon or 'Mile 41' entrance?

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I'll guess marker 41...I have seen sheep in the wash several times before around this time of year, usually with lambs.

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surfponto
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Hey Jim,
Mile 41 marker. We parked in that small lot to the north

Jim (ziphius) wrote:
Cool, I haven't seen one with a radio collar yet. Was that the Moonlight Canyon or 'Mile 41' entrance?


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Yep. We did that great hike with you there many moons ago when we found that amazing cave


dsefcik wrote:
I'll guess marker 41...I have seen sheep in the wash several times before around this time of year, usually with lambs.


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dsefcik wrote:
I'll guess marker 41...I have seen sheep in the wash several times before around this time of year, usually with lambs.


Cool, that's pretty much the same spot where my daughter and I saw bighorn for the first time.

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You were out there Sunday? Was my blue Tundra still in the lot? Finished up an Sat/Sun overnight in IP yesterday about 2:30pm so we may have just missed each other. I should have looked at your "amazing cave" post beforehand so I could have identified all the flowers! I didn't see any sheep when I passed through but saw lots of tracks. Nice video.
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4/7/2015
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Hey Tom,
Funny we were wondering who was parked there.
Noticed a lot of Desert pinstripes on your Tundra wink

We hiked about two hours in and then turned around. Was glad to see as many flowers as we did. Nice day out there.

Bob



tommy750 wrote:
You were out there Sunday? Was my blue Tundra still in the lot? Finished up an Sat/Sun overnight in IP yesterday about 2:30pm so we may have just missed each other. I should have looked at your "amazing cave" post beforehand so I could have identified all the flowers! I didn't see any sheep when I passed through but saw lots of tracks. Nice video.


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Damn you guys...I was one valley over in Canebrake....!!

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