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Mongolian Horses

During her journey across Asia on the TransMongolian railway from Beijing to St. Petersburg, author Paula Boer stopped off to experience the native horses of the Mongolian steppes. Horses trot and canter all around us across the open grasslands, buckskins, bays, chestnuts. Their hogged manes and lean hides accentuate their movements, muscles taut and necks … Continue reading

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A Day in the Outback

While travelling around Australia, author Paula Boer and her husband spent three years working on different cattle stations in the Gulf country of Far North Queensland. Each of the two million acre properties run between 30,000 to 45,000 breeding Brahmans. Paula became involved in all aspects of station life, from cooking to fencing, butchery to … Continue reading