Daily schedule of a horse guide
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Being a horse based guide in the Canadian wilderness sounds awesome and fun. It is but there is a lot more involved in the job. Days are long, exhausting and keeping your focus for 16 hours a day while looking … Read More

First time as an assistant trail guide
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The day after I arrived at Chilcotin holidays, after taking the two week guide school program, I had the opportunity to be an assistant trail guide. Having three amazing guests, who were all eager to help out and get involved, … Read More

Being a woman at the Ranch
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Being a woman anywhere in the world is not always easy. Traveling on my own for the last year I experienced it a lot, people looking around to see who is the guy who should be on my side or … Read More

Building castles in the air
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Someone recently said to me ‘Be careful what you wish for – You could end up getting it. Better don’t whine about it when it’s there.’ And now I know what it means. Did you ever imagine yourself doing something … Read More

Horse guide assistant
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My first trip as a horse guide assistant was great. But also the way how it comes, is interesting. I’m here now for a bit more than 2 months. I came as an ESL student to improve my English. At … Read More

Story of Collete, the Drill Sergeant
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Some of you know me as Collete. Others may know me as the ‘Drill Sergeant.’ Here is my story. I am an 18 year old person of the female persuasion, embarking on a journey into a male orientated business. No, … Read More