Washington Scablands Cowgirl – Rhonda Lynn Kelly

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2022 /
Sweetness, Rhonda and Lilly

Our cowgirls ride for the love of riding and the thrill of working in the outdoors riding hills and canyons, moving cows through some of the roughest country in the Pacific Northwest. They’re good at what they do. The ranchers know that. These women have a lot of heart and “git up and go.” In most cases, more than enough for this tough job.

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Horse Accident on the Pacific Crest Trail

By Huckleberry Press / April 17, 2022 /
two horses

I had a stallion, named Day, that I wanted to put some time on and continue his training as a trail horse. I foolishly decided that if I took him for 3-4 days on the Pacific Crest Trail, he would be fully broke by the time I finished the ride. So I started at Snoqualmie Pass and headed south toward Crystal Mountain.

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“A Lenten Reflection…Life”

By Huckleberry Press / March 29, 2021 /

Many years ago, twenty of them to be exact, I spent a most unusual night in my barn. I had a mare that was showing signs that the foul she had been carrying for eleven months was about to get born.

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Running O Horsemanship

By Huckleberry Press / February 19, 2021 /

Out on the plains outside of Hooper, Washington, you can see wide open spaces of grassland and sage brush, speckled with cattle.

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