Thursday, August 7, 2014

Did I or didn't I?

See wild horses yesterday, that is. I wasn't able to do a blog post about the lake cruise this morning like I'd hoped to and so decided to go ahead and end your suffering and post my experience today rather than make you wait until Monday to find out.

So, did I or didn't I?
I was driving over the river and I looked to the east and spotted the two in the middle so I got turned around and went back because I had no way of knowing if they'd be the only ones I'd see. I took some pictures then moved on, but didn't get far because I realized my lens was dirty so I had to turn around and go back. Fortunately traffic wasn't very heavy. And I'm surprised that I've never encountered law enforcement getting on me for parking on the shoulder of the bridge. Anyway, I noticed a small group of horses to the north of the two in the river and took pictures of them, too. I later saw there was a foal in the group when I reviewed the images and you can see 'him' in the second two pictures. Even though I'm kind of far away, I can't say for absolute certainty that I have or have not seen this herd before. It would certainly be exciting if I haven't. I'd have to look at other pictures to see if I recognize any of them.

I saw more horses in a different location, but apparently the pictures didn't get emailed to my gmail so those ones will have to wait. Those pictures aren't all that spectacular, but sometimes it's more about the experience of seeing the horses than the pictures, but those certainly make the experience better. Hahahaha. I can't wait until the weather cools down so I can go hunting and not have to spend the second half of the day trying to find a place with air conditioning.

Well, that's it for now.


  1. That's so cool! I visited Chincoteague once to see the wild horses and this post reminds me of that.

  2. Thank you. I feel real fortunate to be able to go out and see them.