Beautiful and graceful, the Tundra Swan elegantly glides along the Chesapeake Bay during its winter holiday from Alaska. Also known as the Whistling Swan, the Tundra Swan is known to be native to the bay area. Every winter they fly nearly 4,000 miles from Alaska and the northern […]
“Equestrian art, perhaps more than any other, is closely related to the wisdom of life. Many of the same principles may be applied as a line of conduct to follow. The horse teaches us self-control, constancy and the ability to understand what goes on in the mind and […]
From time to time, people tell me, “lighten up, it’s just a horse”. Or,” that’s a lot of money for just a horse.” Some of my proudest moments have come about with “just a horse.” Some of my saddest moments have been brought about by “just a horse,” […]
This is one of a series of 9 hikes that one of our most illustrious members, Dan McQueen, created. Together, these nine hikes traverse the entire Appalachian Trail in the state of Maryland. Led on a very chilly early January day by Reuben Dagold, this out-and-back hike travels […]
Month One Program. Please click above to see the full description and appropriate links. Thanks!
January 1st of the New Year…the dreaded day for all of us who dream of a healthier and more fit lifestyle. So many new year resolutions are to either lose weight or get fit. Today we get a double whammy because not only is it the 1st of […]
“If the art were not so difficult we would have plenty of good riders and excellently ridden horses, but as it is the art requires, in addition to everything else, character traits that are not combined in everyone: inexhaustible patience, firm perseverance under stress, courage combined with quiet […]
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Five Arriving to Machu Picchu.
Two Day Inca Trail – Part Four Arriving to Winay Huayna.
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Three Heading up to Winay Wayna.