Wild Horses of the Lower Salt River

Wild horses, descendants of the horses brought by the Spanish, have roamed freely along the Salt River before the Tonto National Forest was designed in 1902.  Even though they had been living on the land for over a century, their fate was uncertain in the early 21st century.  In 2015, the United States Forest Service issued a notice declaring the herd as “unauthorized livestock” and announced a plan to capture, remove and auction off any unclaimed horses. Continue reading Wild Horses of the Lower Salt River

Hurricane in Lockeport

We knew a monster was coming for us.  Nothing could alter its path, stand up to it or stop its appetite for the land and the sea and the air.  Nothing in its path, including us, was safe or would be the same.  It began near the Bahamas and was closing in our hideaway by the sea.  Terry’s video below shows Dorian chewing and whirling and spinning its way by Lockeport,  downgraded to a category 2 hurricane when it hit Halifax. Continue reading Hurricane in Lockeport

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