Caballo. That means horse in Spanish. Back home in Wisconsin we would have deer crossing the highway. Sadly sometimes cars hit them and sometimes in the spring you find the deer carcass thawing in a pile of snow next to the road. ew.
Along with the stray cats and dogs around my city of Mayaguez, there are horses roaming around the streets. I assume they are somebody’s pets? What would I do if I hit one of those? I shutter to think. Thanksfully there aren’t any on the twisty road to school up the mountain.
Our daily trek to school involves seeing usually between four and six horses.
Just this morning on my ride to school I saw two horses grazing in somebody’s front yard. And then on my way home they were in the middle of the street! People were trying to honk at them to get them to move but in general I guess people are pretty patient when there’s a horse in the road. What else can you do?Most horses look to be in pretty good shape. Some look a little sad though. And I wonder if they’re getting enough water and shade. I assume someone takes care of them.
close to a major road and the Natucenter