It’s just so easy to get in trouble while you’re having a good time.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. Other people were doing it and it looked like fun. So why NOT slide down the side of a glacier in Antarctica? It was just the latest in a series of ever-more-exotic travel adventures experienced in the last couple of decades by John and Pit Lucking.
Caveat Youngstor: Seniors don’t like to be called that name any more. And be careful what else you call them: They’re strong and increasingly strong in numbers. They’re living longer, working longer, raising grandchildren and actively participating in their communities as employees and active volunteers.
Dr. Dena Cabrera, psychologist and director of educational outreach for Wickenburg’s Remuda Ranch, shares the healing power of equine therapy.