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Riding off, into the Sunset. Namibia.
I've always had a fascination with the old West. It was a time where exploration of a new continent was still possible. When you could discover places that had not yet been mapped. A time where a person's true character would show by the actions they committed themselves to. I know that that is the idealized version, I don't mention disease, starvation or hardship, but nevertheless, my fascination remains.
Riding horses in vast empty landscapes always gives me a yearning for those days. Looking over the desolate Namibian desert on our overnight horse trek made me feel like I had an endless world before me to adventure in. Me and my companions, the sunset riders, would ride forwards and see what the next horizon had in store for us.
The truth is, that next horizon was spectacular. As we made camp in the middle of the desert, hundreds of miles from any cities or towns, the night sky glowed with the light of countless stars. Sleeping under the open sky on cots, the cool desert wind tucking us in, I told the morning to take it's time in arriving.