From The Page (June, 1979):
On Sunday, June 10, the College of Equestrian Arts will have a trail ride in beautiful Point Reyes National Seashore (one of the remaining homes of the European fallow deer). Come ride through the wooded hills and valleys, where beautiful and abundant flora and fauna can be seen, as well as various historical points of interest (such as a reproduction of a Miwok Indian village).
Bring: binoculars (to see deer, elk, hawks, eagles, scenery, etc.), drinking water, lunch, and warm clothes. Wear boots or other footgear with a substantial low heel and please avoid loose, long clothing which may flap and frighten horses. Horse rental rates are $10 for two hours and $4 for each additional hour. After the ride, we will gather at a suitable location to eat our picnic lunches.
Directions: (omitted). For reservations or further information: Henrik (phone) or Cliveden (phone).
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
The West Kingdom History Website was created by and is maintained by Hirsch von Henford (mka Ken Mayer).