When fellow campers left a messy campsite and went out for the day, wild horses came through and checked out the leavings.
Assateague's horses are beautiful, tough, and wild. They have learned to survive in a harsh environment. Feeding and/or petting them is detrimental to both visitors and horses. Horses can get sick from human food. Those that learn to come up to the road to beg for food are often hit and killed by cars. Visitors are kicked, bitten and knocked down every year as a direct result of getting too close to the wild horses. Treating wild horses like tame animals takes away the wildness that makes them special. Protect your family by respecting theirs. Give the horses the space they need to be wild. (National Park Service)
10/14/2019 01:33:58 am
I used to have a travel journal with me too. I know that most people do not want to think about it very deeply, but writing what you think about is important. We humans have no way of remembering all of what we do, which makes writing them useful. If we wrote what we feel and what we experienced, then there is no way that we can forget them. I think that we all need to start writing journals more.
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