Highway drivers call authorities regularly because of the junk-strewn horse pasture alongside the road. I was past there yesterday; it's right on the curve of the interstate and you'd be hard pressed to overlook it. There's a scrapwood shack, a Winnebago with a busted-out windshield, a bunch of scattered junk...and two horses. Good news on two points: First, the horses are not being mistreated -- they're getting good food and water daily, the junk is not in the pasture, and the shack is their shelter from the elements. Second: people are paying attention to what's going on around them, even if they're cruising down the interstate at 85 or 90 miles an hour.
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