Donkey Crossing

If you are driving near Blue Diamond, Nevada to Calico Basin on Charleston Boulevard, keep an eye peeled for donkeys! Earlier that day as I was blasting up the Mountain Springs Pass, I passed five or six Rams standing very close together, directly next to the road! I and others were up-bound at sixty five miles per hour too. Should they have moved a few foot, the results would be terrible for all involved. They were not there on my way back to Las Vegas later that day. It totally sucked that I couldn’t get the photos!!



Categories:Calico Basin, Geology, Las Vegas, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, Photography, Red Rock Canyon, Travel

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12 replies

  1. I’ll drive there just to see them 🙂 I’ve seen many wild horses, but only wild donkeys once. I love the last photo!

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  2. They see a camera and become stealth donkeys, then?

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