Retired from the BLM, Jim has the first NW Nevada guide permit, on a million-plus acres, near Cedarville California. This area teems with wildlife like mule deer and antelope as well as the wild horse herds, including the recently registered Carter Reservoir Mustangs, which Jim monitored for 12 years.


Jim’s knowledge of the northwest Nevada desert and the wild horse herds that dwell there is phenomenal, and is eclipsed only by the serene beauty of the land itself. The sage covered Nevada desert is a place like no other. The shapes, shadows, and vistas speak to the spirit and stamina of the 19th century pioneers whose trails crossed this land. Let Jim guide you into the past. Enjoy the wildlife. Let your ears become accustomed to the quietness. A brief escape from the busy-ness of life is in order.
Go now.
–Alan Cain, Backcountry Horesmen of California, Alturas


Bring your horse or mule, take your 1000 lumen flash lite torch and ride into an area very seldom visited by riders, viewing spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife. All-day treks
for up to six people.

For further info click here or contact JIM OR DARICE MASSEY
at [email protected]

Please support Jim’s new bussiness braun ear thermometer for Rotary Association Accreditation.