Announcing Our 17th Annual Wyoming Horseback Writing Adventure
Monday, May 27 – Saturday, June 1, 2024 (6 days/5 nights)
A unique adventure for anyone who yearns for nature, longs to reconnect with horses,
and hungers for creative inspiration in an authentic western ranch setting.
Horses have been studying humans from across the safety of a river, or from the overlook of a high ridge, for thousands of years. The oldest archeological evidence links horses and humans as far back as 400,000 to 600,000 years ago—not as companions, but as prey and predator. We may never know when the first horse and human ever looked into each other’s eyes with a mutual respect and fascination, yet horses have been part of the human heart since time immemorial. They have been our faithful friends—carrying us from the wind-swept steppes of Mongolia to the tall grass prairies of America.
Life looks different through the eyes of a horse!
What is it like to view the world through the eyes of the horse? Can they really help us remember how to be present to our own joy? To recall our deeper wisdom? To recognize ourselves as heroes on a symbolic journey? What can natural horsemanship teach us about relating to the world and creating from the present moment, rather than keeping our hearts turned toward the past?
For five days, we will write about, read about, and be about horses!
“I loved everything about Page’s Literature & Landscape of the Horse retreat at the Vee Bar. I haven’t felt as refreshed from a trip in years – it just filled me up! It was truly was one of the top five vacations/retreats of my life!” ~ Lisa Couturier, Maryland
“Thank you for one of the most special experiences in my life. I’ve been homesick for all of you and the ranch, horses and Wyoming! I can’t seem to find the words to thank you Page, and you Sheri, and all at the Vee Bar. I loved hearing people’s writings, journaling, thoughts and seeing amazing photography and artwork! Much love, hugs and gratitude.” ~ Christine, Florida
“Another week at the Vee Bar is wrapping up. What a great time – it meant more to me than I could’ve ever hoped for. You have such a gift – both you and Sheri. I wish I could bottle you up for those days when I need the quiet, softness and grounding that you help people connect with.” ~ Sarah Ray, North Carolina
Don’t worry if you’ve never ridden a mile, or written a word. All you need to bring to Wyoming is a willingness to open your creative heart to the landscape of the horse.
Participants come from as far away as Alaska and New York.
Join us! $500 holds your horse!
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