My heart has sung its nomadic song for as long as I can remember. The open road meant freedom and I took every opportunity to follow those roads wherever they took me. My work as a mobile horse trainer afforded me opportunities to see most of the Colorado Front Range, the Touched by a Horse … Continue reading What is the Secret Sauce to Our Travels?
Ah Eastern Europe. What can I say? We have learned much since we've been on this wayward road. Your monuments speak to the inability of humans to learn from history. Your churches speak to the greed of men. Your city streets speak of the haves and have nots. Your culture speaks to your continued color … Continue reading Eastbound and Down
A Horse Door in the Fortress with a Man Door Inset Blacksmith's Quarters Blacksmith Tools Horse Head Haflinger Horses Pulling Carriages All Day Every Day You can probably guess that I'm not super enthusiastic about the carriage horses in Austria. There were lots of them, especially on the weekends, mostly Haflingers the breed you see … Continue reading Equus in Austria
From the Land of Milk and Honey to the Land of Ideas, the shift from Switzerland to Germany was a bit difficult for us. We missed two trains to begin with, which seemed a bad omen, and our travel day was a bit fraught in general, Fridays are certainly busier than Sundays. We arrived in … Continue reading Hidden Gems in Germany
In the small town of Luino, on the crystal clear waters of Lake Maggiore, we bring our time in Italy to a close. We have been here for 7 weeks. We've seen the romantic Tuscan hills, the Olde World architecture and charm of Proceno, the bustling city streets of Rome and Florence, and the very … Continue reading What I’ve Learned in Italy