The BLM will sponsor a clean up the weekend of Aug 24 and 25 at the Sand Wash basin, home of a wonderful herd of wild horses. Last month, "Greasewood" was humanely euthanized by the BLM due to severe leg injury caused by barbwire. Greasewood was a magnificent stallion that took great care of his mares and spent most of the summer near a waterhole at one of the range entrances. That is where I met him. I saw him as the sun began to set and he walked right toward me to check out his new visitor. After looking me over, he moved his mares on, in the direction of the setting sun. It is from that setting that I have painted him several times since then. One of those paintings was accepted into the Empire 100 show in Tucson. I also did a small painting depicting him looking back at the viewer as the sun sets. He is surrounded with light. I have posted this image on my Fine Art America site and a portions of all Gresewood sales will go to the Sand Wash Basin Wild Horse Club. They are in the process of becoming a non-profit group. It is local members of this group, the Snake River BLM office, and many folks from out of the area that will be participating in the range clean up. Please plan to join us in the clean up on Aug. 24-25. If you are unable to make it, please consider a purchase of a print, poster or note-cards or direct donation to support the Club.