Wet, Wild and Wooly


Wild horses prepare for the next storm coming in from the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Two rain storms brought Truckee River levels to near flooding. The third is expected to bring even more precipitation to the Northern Nevada region in Reno.
The mustangs are prepared with their thick winter wooly coats as they brace themselves against the strong winds. The amazing elements of nature humble us. Wild horse have an amazing resilience that has enabled them to survive through drought, floods and scorching heat for hundreds, even thousands of years.
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