Ep. 431: A 10-Year Journey Through Patagonia On Horseback Revisited - Nancy Pfeiffer


As a neophyte horsewoman with a minimal command of the Spanish language, Nancy rode off across Patagonia, alone, on horseback. Over the next decade and three thousand miles of rugged horse trail, Patagonia’s wild country and the hardy pioneers who settled there took her in and changed her. The book "Riding Into the Heart of Patagonia" is the story of that journey. It is also the story of Patagonia, a spectacular wilderness and rich, self-sufficient culture on the brink of rapid change. Her book is now available.  Link below.
www.nancypfeiffer.com
www.ridingintotheheartofpatagonia.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Riding-Into-the-Heart-of-Patagonia-1700774059962723/
Order the book: Riding Into the Heart of Patagonia


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