This was posted on Laura Leigh’s blog “Art and Horses” today.
from the desk of Laura Leigh, President of Wild Horse Education (follow ongoing work at wild horse education website)
It is very hard to describe the personal experience of the current state of the issues that Wild Horse Education is addressing for our herds.
On one hand this has been an extraordinary physical marathon of range work, in all kinds of weather, under all kinds of physical extremes. Dust, mud, blistering heat and frigid temperatures take a toll on equipment and ones physical body. Files are massive and the quantity of documentation fills drive after drive and causes laptops to choke. The vehicle makes new sounds every time it is shaken, bounced…
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