Back Online and Struggling to Get Up to Speed
A great big THANKS to our readers for your patience as Terry and I have been trekking across Mongolia on horseback with nary a word or warning. We have said goodbye to our trusty Mongol steeds and thanked our nomadic horsemen for their brave efforts in tolerating not only my size and weight but the continual stream of questions that we have thrown at them over our week long adventure. The insights we have garnered are more precious than physical riches and we will be happy to share.
Today, we are in Ulaanbataar the capitol city of Mongolia and both Terry and I will be off to Beijing, tonight, for some cultural awakening but overall we are back online and in contact. Over the next several days we will be sharing, as promised, pictorial stories of our experiences and what we have learned while living amongst the nomadic horse-people of Mongolia. But as we wade through the emails and wash the dust off from ourselves please allow us to share several timely articles from our very close and personal friends, Jerry Finch and Vickery Eckhoff.
Keep the faith, my friends, the Force of the Horse grows ever stronger with each and every new dawn.
- Mongolia Has the Largest Population of Takhi Wild Horses in the World (rtfitchauthor.com)
- China Sends Four Endangered Przewalski’s Horses to Mongolia (rtfitchauthor.com)