The horse video

This is only a fraction of the time we got to look at the horse Jenn describes in this entry.

We'd seen lots of wild horses there on Cumberland Island -- descendants of the Carnegie livestock from the 19th and early 20th centuries, and maybe some old Spanish horses from hundreds of years earlier, the park rangers think. But this was the first one we saw who was really trucking, not just munching grass.

I first saw him galloping around a bend in the river, all the way back behind the trees on the right in the video. He sees us on the bridge when he's in the middle of the river, and that's when I finally got the camera rolling. He's a pretty big flirt, as you can see.

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