Wow, the year has flown by. On the TrailMeister side of the trail it’s been a busy year. Really busy. The 2015 TrailMeister trail riding seminars started in January at the Pomona Horse Expo in CA and the last chat wrapped up in mid September at the Washington State Quarter Horse Association event at the Flying Horseshoe Ranch in Cle Elum, WA.
Trail areas that we visited this year included a few visits into the Bob Marshall Wilderness from the Owl Creek and Benchmark trailheads, 8 days in the Pasayten Wilderness helping clear trails, and more visits to the McKenzie Conservation Area, Riverside State Park, and Rustlers Gulch areas than I can shake a stick at. I like wearing the nail heads off of my horseshoes; makes me feel like Iâve been somewhere.
In between talking, teaching, riding, and writing we’ve also been working on a present for YOU. A NEW website; WWW.TRAILMEISTER.COM. TrailMeister readers like you are the most important people in our world. We haven’t been pleased with the old website. Some of you weren’t either. We’ve been working since early in the year on a new TrailMeister website for you that fulfills your needs as trail riders. It’s ready for you.
The NEW TrailMeister is a place where you can:
Getting TrailMeister to where we are today has taken more time and effort than I can measure. It’s also taken hard work from many of our readers. In particular, I’d like to thank Ken C. from North Carolina for his meaningful and very helpful insights when going through the beta version of the new website. Thank you. Last but certainly not least, Pat Fish from California created our new logo. It’s a stunner! Thank you both very much!
In short www.TrailMeister.com is the resource for active trail riders. There are many other websites that like to say they’re da bomb but TrailMeister blows them all away with the width and breadth of our free information, tools, and resources for you.