On April 17, 2018 we left our home in Manotick Ontario to drive across North America in search of wild horses. 'We' being my husband Rob, my giant dog Dude, and me. Motor home life was new to us. We definitely pushed the limitations of an RV on mountain passes, gravel roads that lead to nowhere, rocky inclines that crumbled as we gingerly inched along... but somehow we traveled 12,970 miles (20,873 km) through twenty U.S states and 3 Canadian provinces, finding wild horses in 13 distinct areas: Sierra Blanca Mountains (New Mexico), Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest (Arizona) Tonto National Forest/ Salt River (Arizona), Cold Creek (Nevada), Virginia Range/Carson City (Nevada), Pioche (Nevada), Monument Valley (Arizona), Great Basin Desert/Onaqui Mountains (Utah), Sand Wash Basin (Colorado), Bighorn Canyon (Wyoming), Pryor Mountains (Montana), Theodore Roosevelt National Park (North Dakota) and Rocky Mountain foothills, (Alberta Canada). There will be a story forthcoming, with the working title "You Know You're in Trouble When You're Using the Words 'Careen' and 'Cliff''. But for now, here is a collection of some of my favourite wild horse images from all over North America, photographed sometime between April 17th and June 22nd 2018. With massive thanks to my husband for keeping our RV from being airborne, and my dog Dude for always being game to do anything, at anytime, anywhere. Special thanks to the wild horses who continue to inspire us with their unbridled free spirit. Long may you run.