Nevada’s Kamma Mountains Wild Horses: Spring! (Part I)

Mustang, Ginger Filly on the Range, Nevada Desert

It is the second week of spring and my husband and I have just arrived in the Nevada desert.  Daylight dissolves as we carry provisions into the trailer which is our base here.  The trailer sits in an RV park more accurately termed a paved lot with utilities and a few trees.  The park is still and silent.  Demand for accommodations is low in this region inhabited mainly by miners and employees in the hospitality or trucking industries and their families.  Most of the one-person-per-square-mile population is strung like holiday lights along I-80.  Beyond 80 lie hundreds of thousands of acres of desert wilderness. Continue reading