I had to share this great photo from my colleague in VIRGINIA. This is from Corolla, North Carolina...
Some folks say they go to the beach in North Carolina for years and never see the Wild Horses of Corolla. We took our 4 wheel drive down to the beach, pulled out our picnic table and evening cocktail and soon this crew came wandering out of the hills.
A few minutes later another group and then a Stallion came out as well. The horses are protected and since they are wild you can not feed them or try to lure them closer to you otherwise you might incur a heft fine. It is thought that the horses are decendants of Spanish horses which escaped when the Spanish landed iin the area in the 16th century.
No matter how they got to the dunes of the Outer Banks they are a wonderful sight to see as the sun is setting.
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