Back in tents again! Sans sleeping bags ‘cause☀️😰 and also the beach begs for linen bedding, don’t ya think? Can you even believe this view? That’s the thing about camping: instead of sleeping in a hotel and driving to the cool spots wherever it is you’re exploring ~ tents let you fall asleep and wake up right AT the cool spots. Plus, it’s the only way we can afford exploring! 😂
@roughlinen we packed our linen sheets and took them to the beach with us! That’s normal, right?
These two mares spent about 20 minutes trying to get an apple and a can of chips out of this canvas bag. But because it was zipped closed, the horses did not get the reward they were looking for and moved on.
When planning to visit the beach, if you can't leave food in your vehicle, make sure you put it in a zipped tote or a hard sided container that locks or can be strapped shut with a luggage strap.
If the horses approach your spot, grab your storage bags and containers and move away. If a horse happens to beat you to your stored food, do not attempt to take it from the horse; they are very agresive when on "food raids" and will bite and kick.
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Band Stallion Yankee N9BM-E at sunset on the causeway.....
Just crazy about these two! Left is 25-year-old mare N6BIR Princess Minja Shunka who is mother to band stallion N6BIR-B Bayberry and mare N6BIRU Bright Star. On the right is 24-year-old mare M6MS Rosie, mother of band stallion M6MSY Bodacious Bob and band stallion M6MS-G Chestnut. In love with their markings and I suppose the novelty has not worn off yet for me, since I had not met them before a few weeks ago when they came north for the summer with band stallion X16-A General Harker.
I’ve been at this wildlife photography thing for over a year and a half now. Over that time, I’ve hiked around 40 locations looking for animals. Two locations are “musts” if you live in Maryland, Delaware, or Pennsylvania. 1.) Head to Benezette, PA in September to see the elk in full rut. Pa is home to some giant elk and they put on a show that time of year. 2.) Head to the beaches of DE or MD in the dead of winter and try your hand at finding a snowy owl. There were only 3 snowys on the entire Assateague Island last year and the guy above was 1 of them... Good luck!