During this week’s Campfire Chat with Alaska Chick, we are going to Chat about a question from Michael Arnold from Pioneer Outfitters Face Book page. Now, Michael’s questions are numerous, so we are focusing on one topic at a time. We are going to talk about Winter horses and how they survive during the Winter months by foraging for wild grasses.
At least half of all the questions that we have received, so far, from you all have been regarding our horses and how we care for them during the Winter months. So I am going to focus on that tonight.
More about Pioneer Outfitters’ range horses can be found out on the posts below.
- Range Horses, Where, How and Why for Pioneer Outfitters
- Reasons for A Horseback Riding Adventure, Even For the Inexperienced
- Range Horses, Saddle Horses, Pack Horses and Pioneer Outfitters
- The Range Horses, Springtime at Pioneer Outfitters
- Big Game Hunting on Horseback in Alaska
And of course, the 2013 International Horseback Adventure is all about the trip to bring the last group of horses into Chisana.
Also, the range horses that are our trusted partners in almost all of our Adventures and Big Game Hunts all come to Chisana the same way ~ an 85-mile cross country journey starting in the Yukon traveling across some of the most dangerous and beautiful land in the North.
You can find out lots more about this epic and historical journey by reading about our latest International Horseback Adventure.
Remember, the questions come from YOU! So, if you wonder and or would really like to talk about something in particular, don’t be shy! Just leave your question in the comments below or anyplace else we are connected and we will answer YOUR question next!