The youngsters rode back home and talked about the summer ending. “I can’t believe my parents are moving me to Los Angeles. That just ain’t fair I’m gonna miss all of this,” said Chase. Brenda rode on in silence. She didn’t want her friend to see the tears. Chase looked over at Brenda and took hold of her reins. Reaching over Chase placed his fingers under Brenda’s chin and slowly turned her so she could face him.
Seeing the tears falling down the girl’s face, Chase gently wiped them away. “Hey no need to cry for me.” Brenda grabbed Chase’s hand, “Will you miss me?” Smiling at Brenda, Chase slowly nodded. “Of course I’m gonna miss you Brenni. You are my best friend and I will never forget you.” Chase leaned over and kissed Brenda’s cheek.
“Isn’t he beautiful? I would love to ride him someday,” said Brenda. Chase looked over at his friend and shook his head. “You can’t be serious Brenni. He’s too wild to be caught.” Brenda watched the wild mustang colt grazing next to his mother. The colt was the color of the snow that capped the rocky mountains. “Come on Brenni we better get goin before Thunder finds us spying on his herd,” said Chase.