It was late in the season as we moved camp for the umpteenth time to a remote site bordered by snowy mountains in the pristine wilderness of the Yukon Territory. By now I was well-broke in to wrangling horses in … Continue reading
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There was this grumpy, old, bay horse named Nicky. He was part of the string for the outfit I worked for in the Yukon. I don’t remember much about this horse, except for one memorable incident while riding along a … Continue reading
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