Moose River Farm Blog

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Riding the Trails

        Good Evening,
        Best thing about living in the Adirondacks is the access to all of the undeveloped land that surrounds our small town.  Although the grocery store is only ten minutes away it is possible to explore the woods for hours without seeing cars or other signs of human encroachment.  
        Spring is finally emerging all around; a perspective that is especially vivid when viewed from behind the ears of a special horse.  Horses enjoy a hike through the woods as well.  Their ears swivel to catch every sound while their noses take great pleasure in sniffing the piney air.  Some horses scan the woods for potential spooking triggers while others traverse in a more meditative state.  Trail riding is a sensory stimulating exercise for both horse and rider.
       Come along for the ride and see for yourself how beautiful the Adirondacks are!
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Tango, Vicky, Makia and I enjoy a therapeutic sensory stimulating ride in the Adirondacks.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the video,we are very fortunate to have therapy right out your back door! Great trail partners Mac and Buckwheat have become!

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