The Badowski family had just sat down for dinner at their Assateague Island campsite in May when they spotted wild horses galloping in the distance. Within seconds, the horses had surrounded the family vacationing from Bel Air, seizing ears of corn still steaming from the grill, ripping open a bag of chips and nosing through their hastily abandoned dinner plates. “We could barely get out of our chairs in the time it took them to get to our campsite,” said mother Caitlin Badowski, 40.
A gang of horses: Assateague visitors experience horses gone wild
July 27, 2022