SantaFeNewMexican.com - Full Article
By Olivia Harlow | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec 20, 2018
When Bernice Ende was a kid, she watched Westerns that featured New Mexico’s wide-open deserts and gritty canyons.
She’s gotten to know them a lot better since then, and she says they’re even more enchanting now than they were in the movies.
The Montana resident, whose long-distance horseback trips — sometimes up to 600 miles a month — gave rise to the book Lady Long Rider, stopped in Santa Fe this week as part of a book tour and remembered her initial visit to New Mexico with sweet nostalgia.
“It was like climbing into my skin for the first time,” she said Thursday at the Hat Ranch Gallery, recalling how she felt riding into Santa Fe on horseback years ago...
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