Horses, Hitches and Rocky Trails is often referred to as the packer's bible. Written in the language of the West, it is a complete and often humorous presentation of the method of packing horses into the wilderness. Amplified by the brilliant drawings of artist Joe Back, the book is for both the amateur and professional packer.Whata#39;ll you do, turn the ponies loose or tail them together? On good trails with ... If possible, tail no more than three or four horses together, with one man to lead each set. If you dona#39;t ... Use 14 -inch rope or double thickness of hay bale twine. A led balky ... (Wire nose-baskets on the halters stop eating on the go.) Two-legged anbsp;...
|Title||:||Horses, Hitches and Rocky Trails|
|Publisher||:||Big Earth Publishing - 1959|