Icelandic Horses Are Something to See!

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The stark beauty of Iceland serves as an awe-inspiring backdrop for gongur, the traditional roundup of young horses that takes place every fall in the northern mountains. Spending the spring and summer wild, the horses run free and, it is believed by the local farmers, “shape their sturdy, unique personalities.” Good for the horses and a practical use of natural resources? That’s a win-win you’ve got to see!

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Lydia Lee lives in Seattle with two sweet, if slightly out of control, dogs. She loves reading, food, and the opportunity to make a difference.
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