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I am sitting in the train, which has just pulled out of the Fez station. I had no idea that I would have so much trouble leaving. I’m actually finding myself a bit choked up, after having made so many new friends and feeling so good about helping the region’s horses. This experience has touched me in a way that’s impossible to describe.


Left to right– Back row: Garni, Mohammed, myself; Center row: Touria, Driss, Lyndsay (Western U), Dr. Frappier and his beloved Clara, Houria, Tamerin (Western U); Front: Azami. The donkey is Murphy!


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