The Wild Ones

The Wild Ones

You occasionally see one, and it’s the thrill of a lifetime. But mostly all you ever see is a cloud of dust after they are gone. It’s their stubborn ability to survive that makes them so remarkable. 

 

— Velma “Wild Horse Annie” Johnston

I saw this little band on my last trip to Cold Creek (NV.) Did you know that 50% of all the wild horses on the North American Continent lives in the State of Nevada? It’s true, and it is fairly easy to see one. I love that! It’s one of the things I love the most about Nevada! I love watching wild horses being horses.

How is your week so far? We’re getting closer to the weekend! Unfortunately I had to postpone my Arizona trip, due to heavy rains. It’s a little sad, but I will go another weekend. Soon. I don’t want to risk getting caught in a flood, or stuck somewhere without cellphone reception. I’ve made some other exciting weekend plans instead! To be continued…

Love,

Ms Zen

8 Comments on “The Wild Ones

  1. So interesting! I didn’t know NV had 50% of the wild horses, I can see why they would be fairly easy to find! Love them too! 🐎❤️🐴

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  2. The wild horses are wonderful. And as for the flooding…its up here too. We have flooding to the north of us and a lot east of us as well.

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