When my Motor Man learned last week that the first foal of the season at Corolla had been seen, he decided that we needed to make a trip. You may remember that he broke his shoulder a couple of weeks ago, and we’d put beach trips on hold for a while. So he cinched up his sling really tight, and off we went. (Shhh….don’t tell his orthopedist.)
We didn’t see the new baby (Renzi), but not for lack of trying. And just this week, we’ve learned that the second foal of 2019, a filly named Rosie, has been spotted. So now we have TWO little ones to look forward to seeing.
We did see several horses last weekend, including three down by the ocean. They were walking among the stumps.
Recently one of our local papers published an article about those stumps. “Orrin Pilkey, a professor emeritus at Duke University and expert on coastal geology…. estimates a maritime forest existed here some 2,000 years ago but was decimated as the barrier island drifted west toward the mainland, covering the roots in salt water.”
The stumps and the waves and the horses made for some interesting photos.
And for this video, you definitely want to turn on your sound.
Ah…..among my favorite sights and sounds. But, then, you already knew that.
~These Days Of Mine~
Gorgeous! Love the video.
Beach sounds and horse by the water – such soothing senses to start my Monday.
Not Monday – Friday – I just skipped my weekend – teachers don’t do that:)
Glad you got your “beach fix” !
Can’t wait for our trip in 2 weeks!!!! ❤️
So glad you and MM got a beach trip in! And so glad you shared it with us too!!
Is there a wild horse video-calendar you can enter ?! ; )
So interesting! And your video shows the grace of the horses and the wondrous sight and sound of a peaceful surf. Hope MotorMan is on the mend.
As always I love to see the beautiful horses and hear the sounds of ocean. Glad you and MM had a chance to go.
One of these days we’ll have to visit Corolla. Every time I read about it, I want to go. Thanks for sharing and hope you’ll see the babies soon.