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Day 12: Sharing the trail with sheep Tuesday, May 14 • 17.4 miles Riding toward Lonepine today. Staying in


Coso Junction tonight. Shorter day than nor- mal—only 17 miles.


Day 11: Today was a HOT one! Monday, May 13 • 16.8 miles Extremely hot day riding through the desert. Over 90°. Had to stop several times to allow the horses to rest. Water was limited. Staged at 9-mile. Heavy wind. Dale Crawford joined the team today to provide ground sup- port for the next several days.


Day 10: Time to rest… and add horses Sunday, May 12 Day off for the horses in Inyokern, to re-up


on supplies and do laundry. Sigrid arrived with a second horse for Mike. Both Mike and Rebekah are ponying a second horse so they can switch off every few days. All four horses are now on the journey.


Day 9: Happy Birthday, Mike! Saturday, May 11 • 24.7 miles Long day in the saddle, but it was beautiful.


In the evening, Misha surprised Mike with a homemade birthday cake. 58 candles, no fire permit needed.


Day 8: Rest day following a night of heavy rain Friday, May 10 Rained like crazy last night. Everything got


wet. The group decided to take today off and ride tomorrow instead. Misha, Rebekah’s daughter came out to help this morning with the trailer and moved horses to Ridgecrest for the day and overnight so they would be under cover instead of in the open desert. Just 158 miles to Bishop!


Day 7: Halfway to Bishop! Trek continues… Thursday, May 9 • 25.3 miles Aſter a week’s worth of riding, the halfway point has been reached!


Day 6: Making progress along Highway 395 Wednesday, May 8 • 23.8 miles Today, the group traveled about 300 yards off of west side of Highway 395, finishing two miles north of Kramer Junction.


Day 5: After a windy, damp start…sunshine Tuesday, May 7 • 24.8 miles Horses and riders took a one-day break


on a Day 4 layover in Phelan, and it also marked the first day of cold wind and rain. Day 5 started with Mike and the group in thick fog—everything was damp. They rode through heavy wind which made for a long


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Day 3: Through the Cajon Pass Sunday, May 5 • 21.8 miles The group traveled along Highway 66


through Cajon Pass to Phelan. Water stop for the horses and lunch stop for the riders along the PCT at the 138.


Day 2: Along the Santa Ana River basin Saturday, May 4 • 18.8 miles An uneventful day… aſter leaving Grand


Terrace, they traveled through the Santa Ana River Basin and the city of Colton to reach Saturday’s final destination, Devore.


Day 1: Journey begins! Friday, May 3 • 19.6 miles Mike Williams, Rebecca Wan, Linda


Wesch and Carol Kelly leſt Socal Equine Hospital at 8:02 a.m. on the 320-plus mile ride from Norco to Bishop.


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