Wednesday, September 29, 2010
All Hell Breaks Loose
Wednesday September 29 2010
I'm gone to Europe and Kentucky, and all hell breaks loose.
The Owyhee Canyonlands starts without me in Idaho (where all hell breaks loose). Meanwhile I have some horse trauma of my own in Illinois (almost break a friend's horse's leg); covering the World Endurance Championship in Kentucky is a whirlwind that doesn't stop; it takes me a car-plane-plane-plane-car journey to get back to Idaho at 2 AM - during all of which time I don't have enough battery in my computer, nor enough time in airports to plug in to work on photos and stories - and here I am at home now!
Day 2 of the ride has started without me. I woke up at 9 AM, just as the LD riders were leaving out on trail. Before I even had a cup of badly needed coffee, I heard some of the stories of the trauma that happened here (and a funny Stormy story) while I was gone, that Connie will have a guest blog entry on, and I'll relate my own traumatic ride, and a recap of Kentucky.
Meanwhile, I'm working on getting photos up from the World Endurance Championship this morning before I have to go help with the ride.
Much more to come - many more photos will be going up the next few days here:
Posted by The Equestrian Vagabond at 9:39 AM