Horses And Disappearing Tree Stumps

Once again, our weekend travels took us to the 4-wheel drive beaches of Carova, NC.

It was breezy and cool, but the sun was shining, and we saw eighteen wild horses.

A couple of them were enjoying the sunshine.

This time of year, they’re all decked out in their winter woolies.

Hi, there, sleepyhead.

You may recall this picture from a few weeks ago of the sea foam around the stumps.

One of the most amazing things above Carova beach is that, at certain times of the year, the stumps are exposed…and at other times, we apparently drive right over them. This picture, from this weekend, is the same area where all those stumps were just a few weeks ago.

Saturday, we only saw a few stumps , this being the largest.

As I’ve said many times before, each trip to the beach is different.  But always interesting.

~These Days Of Mine~

6 responses to “Horses And Disappearing Tree Stumps

  1. Shifting sands I guess……..do they truck sand in from time to time to help keep it OK for driving?

    Pam

  2. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Looks like the sweet horses are doing good during the cold winter., Happy to see that.

  3. And it’s always interesting to come along with you on your beach trips via your photos. Hoping for the “real” trip someday in the near future!

  4. WOW – what a change with the stumps. That would make me a nervous driver. Love the winter woolies – would feel good today!!

  5. Talk about a changing landscape ! … the horses are looking happy and warm !

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