Have Horse Will Travel

Fence, toilet, French fries… check!

May 02, 2020 Meredith Cherry & Apollo Season 1 Episode 10
Have Horse Will Travel
Fence, toilet, French fries… check!
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Have Horse Will Travel
Fence, toilet, French fries… check!
May 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
Meredith Cherry & Apollo

Sleep is for the weak. Apollo and I ride all day and all night.

Just kidding. After riding for ten or fifteen miles each day, Apollo and I both need somewhere safe (and hopefully comfortable too) where we can rest at night.  Every night. For all three years and 8,200 miles we’ve traveled so far.  We’ve stayed with a lot of strangers, and in some pretty strange places. This week’s guest Amy talks about (the not so strange time) when we stayed with her in West Virginia, and about why you should put French fries on your salad.

Listen weekly as Meredith and Apollo share about their multi-year 48-state journey (The Centauride), talk with interesting guests, and discuss the realities of domestic abuse. 

 

What to Listen For:

00:25 Introduction to the episode

01:07 The minimum requirements for overnight: a fence, grass (or hay), and water

02:19 The kinds of places we stay (spoiler: it’s not always horse property!)

03:47 Strange but true problems from places we’ve stayed

06:09 Why I don’t camp or “just stop” on the side of the road

07:28 How I find places to stay

09:21 That awkward moment when a horse and rider ring your doorbell

10:53 What happens when I can’t find somewhere to stay?

11:44 The difficult lesson of learning to trust 

13:30 How does Apollo the adventure horse feel about this?

15:46 The key elements to finding safe stops for 8,200 miles (so far…)

16:25 Guest Amy VanHorn

28:06 Closing statements 

28:46 End of episode

 

About our Guest: Amy VanHorn

We (Meredith and Apollo) stayed with Amy and her family when we rode through West Virginia in July 2019.  Due to a dangerous heat wave, we were forced to take shelter there for a week.  Amy was a wonderful host, and kindly agreed to share on Have Horse Will Travel what it was like to have us as guests.

 

Resources:

How to be a hosting helper 

 

Follow Our Adventure:

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Support This Podcast:

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Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/havehorsewilltravel)

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Sleep is for the weak. Apollo and I ride all day and all night.

Just kidding. After riding for ten or fifteen miles each day, Apollo and I both need somewhere safe (and hopefully comfortable too) where we can rest at night.  Every night. For all three years and 8,200 miles we’ve traveled so far.  We’ve stayed with a lot of strangers, and in some pretty strange places. This week’s guest Amy talks about (the not so strange time) when we stayed with her in West Virginia, and about why you should put French fries on your salad.

Listen weekly as Meredith and Apollo share about their multi-year 48-state journey (The Centauride), talk with interesting guests, and discuss the realities of domestic abuse. 

 

What to Listen For:

00:25 Introduction to the episode

01:07 The minimum requirements for overnight: a fence, grass (or hay), and water

02:19 The kinds of places we stay (spoiler: it’s not always horse property!)

03:47 Strange but true problems from places we’ve stayed

06:09 Why I don’t camp or “just stop” on the side of the road

07:28 How I find places to stay

09:21 That awkward moment when a horse and rider ring your doorbell

10:53 What happens when I can’t find somewhere to stay?

11:44 The difficult lesson of learning to trust 

13:30 How does Apollo the adventure horse feel about this?

15:46 The key elements to finding safe stops for 8,200 miles (so far…)

16:25 Guest Amy VanHorn

28:06 Closing statements 

28:46 End of episode

 

About our Guest: Amy VanHorn

We (Meredith and Apollo) stayed with Amy and her family when we rode through West Virginia in July 2019.  Due to a dangerous heat wave, we were forced to take shelter there for a week.  Amy was a wonderful host, and kindly agreed to share on Have Horse Will Travel what it was like to have us as guests.

 

Resources:

How to be a hosting helper 

 

Follow Our Adventure:

Blog 

Facebook 

Instagram 

Twitter 

YouTube 

 

Support This Podcast:

Books 

Store 

Patreon 

Sponsor inquires welcome!

 

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/havehorsewilltravel)

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