A few weeks back I posted about a five-part series that National Geographic Adventure was sharing with readers about a U.S. Army vet named Ray Knell who had undertaken a 1000-mile (1600 km) journey on horseback across the Continental Divide. Ray suffers from PTSD, and he found solace and healing as he rode through Yellowstone National Park. This video takes us with him along that ride, giving us more of this former soldier’s story, and immersing us in the Yellowstone ecosphere along with him as he not only discovers plenty of adventure along the way, but begins to heal some very deep wounds. This is incredibly powerful stuff, and a good reminder of the healing power of nature.
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