“Twelve bison, 4 bulls (males), 4 cows (females) and 4 calves were taken by boat to the island on February 15, 1893 by William Glassman and John Dooly. These 12 animals apparently came originally from a small private herd in Texas and became the foundation for what has grown into the Antelope Island bison herd.” Thanks Wikipedia for the caption material.
5 years since we found a family giving away Penny on Craigslist and picked her up in a @chickfila parking lot.
Breakfast with the bison this morning 🌾
Two snowboarders 🏂 getting ready to send it down the Continental Divide up at Loveland Pass.
Fun weekend seeing Colorado for the first time. Thank you Nico for the hospitality ✌🏼
Not a bad view from the camp spot. And by camp I mean throw the ball to Penny up and down the red dirt roads from 7am sunrise alarm through playing under the car headlights at night.