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“For days we have traveled and ridden through herds of wild horses,


cattle, thunderstorms and nomadic Ger camps and it never dawned on me what was different, what was so seriously alien, outside of language and culture, until right now. Do you know what that one resounding fact is?”


Pause. “We have never seen a fence!” I quickly answered my own question. Terry froze in her saddle and I could not see her eyes behind her shades


but I am certain they were wide open. “You’re right”, she whispered, “No fences.” Herds of animals, hundreds of people, thousands of square miles and not


one single, blinking, stick-in-the-throat fence line. No fences, no harassment of wild horses, no peeing in the streams…


astounding. This Texas boy sits at the keyboard rather numb when it all comes


rushing back at me. Was it real? A dream? Or did we really find our way to Oz?


Probably not. But for a few short weeks, we lived with the Takhi horses


in a way we have never experienced before in our lives. We came away knowing that the ‘Force of the Horse’ is not a message spoken strictly in America but a force that moves within the hearts of all mankind and humanity.


Keep the faith, we are not alone. Editor’s Note: Gracias & besos to RT and Terry! Welcome Home!


An observation: seems to me we already had eco-tourism in the USA: wild animals living in their wild habitat in the wild.


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