Pictures Click an image to enlarge and see descriptions. Eastern Sierra, Lone Pine, Alabama Hills and Mt Whitney in the backgroundIn the Bodie Hills on a ten-day trip from Bridgeport, CA to Benton, CA via the ghost town of Bodie, the Mono Lake Basin and Adobe Valley.On the wagon trail in Walker Meadows in Lassen County, CA. This wagon is a converted 1920s era manure spreader running gear.On the wagon trail in Death Valley National Park. This is part of a Park sanctioned event. This was a 50-mile route from Shoshone, CA into Furnace Creek via the historic Greenwater Valley Rd.On a solo wagon trip into Saline Valley (within Death Valley National Park)... the most remote valley in California. An 80-mile trip in and out. Lilly Schoenbach is our safety outrider.Heading into the very remote Saline Valley. A plateau, mountain pass, Joshua Tree forest, alluvials, marsh, sand dunes and hot springs were all part of this trip.On the way into Saline Valley. The trip started on the Darwin Plateau and through the Joshua Tree forest at Lee Flats as we made our way to South Pass in the Nelson Range.In Saline Valley making our way around the sand dune area.Our solo trip from Bridgeport, Calif to Benton, Calif... a 70-mile trip. Climbing up through Aurora Canyon out of Bridgeport. An article on this adventure was published in the Draft Horse Journal magazine and was the cover photo... taken by the talented photographer, Sandy Powell. The incredible Eastern Sierra seen in the background.In the Mono Lake basin, passing by a relic from the past... an old horse-drawn road plow.Crossing the Mono Lake basin in stormy weather with the Eastern Sierra as a backdrop. Photo by Teri Rose.Outriders Lilly Schoenbach and Grant jackson on the Bridgeport, CA to Benton, CA solo wagon trip. Grant is a professional long-time cowboy and packer. On this trip, Lilly was learning back country horsemanship and then moved on the learn mule packing skills.On the wagon train trail with the Days of 49 Mountain Man gathering in Amador County, Calif. Only authentic wagons with wood/steel wheels allowed on this trip.The annual Memorial Day wagon train trip from Lone Pine to Bishop, Calif. The eastern Sierra still veined with snow.Taking a break before we make for Lamont Peak Pass on the Chimney Peak Rd, overlooking the Canebrake area of eastern Kern River Valley, Kern County, Calif.Visiting a part of our past... where we used to work back in 1982-85. A camp spot while on our way up to Kennedy Meadows.Starting the climb on the Chimney Peak Rd in the eastern Kern River Valley, Kern County. Our destination is the eastern Sierra mountain hamlet of Kennedy Meadows... 25 miles and 4,700' elevation gain.The dusty trail, in the Mono Lake basin. Photo by Teri Rose.