The Free Range Rodeo is an ever evolving experiment in living the questions – living outside the box – exploring what it feels like to follow our dreams, live our passions and encouraging others to do the same.
On the 10th of October, 2011 (Columbus Day) Sea G Rhydr and Gryph Wulfkil left the Apple Farm in Philo, CA – heading out to rediscover America on horseback. Sea was riding Jesse James, who had served her faithfully all summer as her guide (and commuter) pony at Highland Ranch where she had been working as a trail guide. Gryph was riding Vaca Suerte and Saint Finehorn carried the pack. We followed the Navarro River West to the Pacific, said hello to the Ocean and turned our faces to the East.
Much has happened since then! Read the blog for the full story. Gryph left in March, 2012 to practice her circus skills (aerial silks dancing) in Boulder and Oakland and New Hampshire and Florida. Sea, with Jesse and Finehorn, reached Minot, Maine on 8. November, 2013 in time to lead the Mesannie Wilkins Day Parade.
Gryph is involved with circus, puppets, performance and teaching in central Florida. Jesse James and Saint Finehorn are with her, somewhere among the wildy trees.
Sea lives on Lopez Island out in Puget Sound. She’s writing a book and learning to grow food and frequently very happy.