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A captivating memoir about a woman’s passion to save the wild brumbies who mysteriously appeared on the rugged landscape of the Mount Beckworth State Forest.
When Leslie Scott discovers two brumbies living on the rugged Mount Beckworth, she almost can’t believe it. Brumbies don’t live in these parts, and the terrain is not suited to them, so how did they get there?
The horses are scared and unused to people, but the Mount is not a safe place for horses. With the weather warming waterholes are drying up and food is getting scarce, and there have been rumours that logging is about to begin on the Mount. Looking into the eyes of the young Bay she names Milo Leslie knows it’s up to her to gain his and his companion Lucy’s trust and get them down to safety.
Every day for months Leslie makes the hike up the Mount, slowly but surely gaining the trust of Milo and Lucy, but there are other mysterious things happening on the Mount-bones being rearranged into different shapes-and always the question, who had left the horses up here in the first place?
Once Were Wild is a fascinating and heart-warming story about a woman and her resilience and determination to do what’s right for two beautiful brumbies.