A barn visit on a rainy day

The rain was falling and eight Woodland students made their way to Lisa's barn to learn about cowboys and horses in support of our Wild West Journey. Lisa shared how tough the cowboy life used to be for both the cowboys and the horses, and how many thousands of head of cattle were moved from Texas to Kansas and Oklahoma following trails such as the Chisholm Trail. Students fell in love with Nugget and Reiny, two gentle beings who welcomed the attention of their curious visitors. Students learned how to groom the horses, clean out hooves, and feed them treats. Thank you, Lisa!