There are 14 horse camps with one large water trough in the middle. Not being a fan of a communal water supply for our horses, we hauled water from the tent campground. There is plenty of room to line tie the horses and park both trucks and trailers. They had already been camped for a few days when I arrived. My truck is on the left. My back seat folds down and with the addition of an air mattress, makes a nice bed.
A better picture of Patches, we were getting ready to ride out for a few hours. Since they had been on a very long, hard ride the day before, we did a short trip up the river. At an altitude of 7200, these guys have to be in shape ... and Sandy is a master at getting them ready!!! It involves almost daily riding at walk, trot and lope as well as feed management. Over 5 days these two climbed well over 4000 feet.