Stone Horse Mongolian Horseback Expeditions
Do you have a bucket list? Have you ever thought of taking a horseback expedition? How about a desire to travel to exotic places? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride a Mongolian horse? After all, the Mongols were one of the first horse cultures.
When I began doing this podcast I never dreamt it would go around the world. Through the internet, the show has downloads in over 80 different countries. It is amazing and, just between you and me, I hope some of those listeners aren’t trying to learn English from me.
When Keith Swenson emailed me from Mongolia wanting to talk about his horseback expedition rides I was immediately captivated. I’m not sure what your picture of Mongolia is, but mine was a cold, dark, barren place I had seen in a “b” movie. After talking with Keith and visiting his website and YouTube Channel I had a totally different picture. I really needed to know more about his company, Stone Horse Expeditions. Stone Horse has expeditions to Gorkhi Terelj National Park, Mongolia Wilderness, Khan Khentii Mountains, as well as excursions to the Gobi Desert.
Stone Horse Expedition Links Heard on The Show
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