Mustangs Musts...

Mustangs Musts...
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Saturday, November 27, 2010

and always back to the source...

 Whenever the amount of input gets to be too much, we have to turn out and either ride, walk or get in touch some other way. To live close to a wild horse area allows for daily visits, photo safaris, or other outings to search for and witness the wild horses. Ecotourism will be invigorated as individuals venture out and seek out the tracks and traces of wild horses...on foot or on horseback. For now the BLM still allows horsecamping in wildhorse areas, but that might be coming to an end, as the public is less appreciated on wild horse land....


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