Long Rider Bernice Ende Back On The Trail!

from Joann11
Remember Bernice Ende? She’s the long rider I posted about a few times last fall when she was in the middle of an epic 5000 mile long journey through most of the Western United States on horseback. Well, it seems Bernice is back in the saddle and already off on a new adventure, with a slick new website to track her progress no less.

Bernice’s website is aptly named The Ende of the Trail and it’s designed to help fans follow her as she, and her trusty steed Honor, along with sidekick Claire the dog, and pack-horse Essie Pearl, make their way down the long trail once again.

This year’s adventure looks to be a ride from from Nevada to Montana, passing through California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota along the way. She set out back in February on the 3000 mile course that has already seen her pass through Death Valley, and wander her way to Albuquerque, NM. In fact, the latest information on her whereabouts indicate she reached New Mexico at the end of May and has been relaxing there for the past few weeks.

On her site, you’ll find some nice biographical information on Bernice and her four legged companions. There are also archives of her past rides, a link to the Long Riders Guild, and more.

I guess this girl just can’t stay in one place for too long, huh?

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4 thoughts on “Long Rider Bernice Ende Back On The Trail!”

  1. Good Luck to Bernice and her clan! I’ll be watching her travels.

    By the way! You beat me to this meant to send it a while back.

  2. I figured you were already all over this. 🙂 Seems like the kind of trip I expect you to announce soon. 🙂 Although in your case, you’ll probably go further North!

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