The sweet smells of camel sweat and cow dung
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"I fell in love with him because he smelled like horses and leather," I told Karen. "He swung me up on his rope horse and taught me to ride. Well, the horse taught me to ride. My husband taught me to notice things along the trail. I had a tendency to ride with my head down, looking for rattlesnakes.
He taught me instead to pay attention to my horse's ears, which would twitch and point if he saw a snake along the way. When I didn't have to worry about snakes, I learned to look out over the land. We rode for fun every evening, often after a work-day in the saddle.
That horsey-leather smell...