Heavy Carriage for Elephant- What about Elephant Riding?
If you refer my past blog entries about elephant riding, the elephant's back is actually not very strong, as opposed to the strength the elephant has for pulling, lifting with its' trunk, or pushing. The elephant's back is not designed for these heavy carriages and the several riders that will then be carried in them, as well as cause skin break down issues.
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This blog shares travel stories, writing, and narrations about spirituality and opening the heart to life. It includes some details from my three trips to India (in 2005, 2006, and 2008), other travels, organizations that are helping elephants (and the Dancing Bears), and even shares the secret of "How to Find Yourself" in India.
Cathy Rosewell Jonas:
As a fellow traveler on the spiritual journey, I am sharing what I have learned about opening the heart to life.
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