A new portrait

I don’t ride horses. The last time I can remember mounting one of these large animals was somewhere in Mexico, likely in 1980. At Cherie’s request we spent an afternoon riding up the bluffs north of Samara (Costa Rica) and then down to the beach in the next bay. Spectacular views were to be had and my old body felt somewhat used after doing something that is not considered normal in my life. I had better stick with the ultralights and diving that are more friendly.

Kevin riding a horse in Costa Rica

Kevin riding a horse in Costa Rica

Riding horses in Samara, Costa Rica

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