In mid-July, 2019, I had the extreme honor to be part of a small group led by Kattuck Expeditions out of Halifax, to return to Sable Island. We were the first visitor group ever to be able to spend TWO full days on the Island. We sailed by boat, leaving Canso, Nova Scotia, at night for the 10 hours one-way journey to Sable Island. Debra Garside, our guide, led us from north to south, east to west, over this sliver of an island in the Atlantic Ocean where we found hundreds of horses living freely in this untouched paradise. There are such few places left in this world where one can go to visit pure nature, where man has not interfered with flora nor fauna. The wildlife on the island consists of around 500 wild horses, and a variety of birds and seals. Once you visit Sable you are bound to return. It is a given.