Morning Fog and Dust with Horses

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Dry dust rises in the summer months in northern California as  mustang herd grazes in early morning.<br />
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Dianne Nelson has saved mustangs on a ranch in northern California.  "It was in 1978 that the Wild Horse Sanctuary founders rounded up almost 300 wild horses for the Forest Service in Modoc County, California. Of those 300, 80 were found to be un-adoptable and were scheduled to be destroyed at a government holding facility near Tule Lake, California. <br />
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The Sanctuary is located near Shingletown, California on 5,000 acres of lush lava rock-strewn mountain meadow and forest land. Black Butte is to the west and towering Mt. Lassen is to the east.
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Dry dust rises in the summer months in northern California as mustang herd grazes in early morning.

Dianne Nelson has saved mustangs on a ranch in northern California. "It was in 1978 that the Wild Horse Sanctuary founders rounded up almost 300 wild horses for the Forest Service in Modoc County, California. Of those 300, 80 were found to be un-adoptable and were scheduled to be destroyed at a government holding facility near Tule Lake, California.

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