ridecamp@endurance.net: [endurance] On the trail - You and cars

[endurance] On the trail - You and cars

Celeste Brown (cbrown@aimtech.com)
Fri, 19 Jan 1996 15:00:00 +0000

I suggest, for those that travel the roads (dirt, and paved) to carry a
dressage whip of 48" long or so. Most cars will see this and give you room,
and if they do not respect it, for means of my own safety, I use it, by
hitting the car with it.

I've also reported license plate #'s to the local police, though its one
person's word against another, most local residents get the hint and steer
clear next time.

The only road hazard, I find challenging the that of a passing LOUD
motorcycle, that even makes me temporarily deaf. I'm lucky my gelding and I
have grown to trust one another.

Celeste Othmer Brown,
ARICP Certified Riding Instructor (Dressage & Distance Trail)
Pine Meadow Farm,Inc.
(Promoting Morgans in Dressage & Competitive/Endurance Trail)
13 Veterans Road
Amherst, NH 03031
(603) 673-6311
email: cbrown@aimtech.com