So many choices, so little time. How do I decide? During our "life lived daily", we are pummeled with information from blogs, websites, social media posts, emails that bloat our inbox and advertising for any consumer good or service you can imagine by every electronic media source on the planet. All the input becomes a like a … Continue reading Less Is More
Postscript to this essay: I have been blessed to share my legacy with our daughters, and though neither of them ride much now, those days spent in the saddle on the open range and on the mountain trails of Wyoming gave them a unique perspective on their own pursuits, their work ethic, and their ability … Continue reading Cultivated Exposure
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Correct posture, independent seat, physical fitness, and thous- ands of hours in the saddle are what it takes to ride CORRECTLY at faster gaits. Compare a photo or video of yourself to this horseman and begin making the necessary changes to get yourself to this place in your horsemanship journey. This guy can RIDE. He's been doing it … Continue reading Everyone Wants to Go Fast
Today, I just wanted to tell a little story about the hat in the photo. I wear a hat in the summer when I'm outside riding and at camp, and wear a dress hat when I'm on the job for Blue Sky Sage Horseback Adventures at equine trade shows, events, personal presentations and the … Continue reading My Hats, a Saga