How often can you stay in one area and watch the sun both rise and set over water? For visitors to the Currituck Outer Banks, the answer is “daily.” Water is an integral part of life here — from exploring on it to playing in it to simply enjoying being near it.
Wild horses have roamed this small barrier island for centuries. When they were in danger of being wiped out, a woman who knew nearly nothing about horses rounded up experts, facts, and moxie to save them.
For 500 years, wild mustangs have roamed the dunes of Corolla, foraging for food and raising their young. As development pushes them into tighter folds, Wesley Stallings stands between the horses and the perils that threaten them.