- Linda Hagerman
Under the usual gray Northwest skies, about 75 pony clubbers, turned out for the annual Woodbook Hunt Club Pony Club Hunt. There were heavy rains all week which created lakes with no alligators and muddy bogs in the club’s parking area and left plenty of opportunity to make sure all that extra bathing and grooming was soon undone. Rain was predicted for the day of the hunt, but the weatherman wasn’t successful in dampening the pony clubs’ enthusiasm for their special day. The heavens parted and gave us a three hour opportunity for a fabulous hunt. God has always given this to us for a number of years. In the middle of a storm, the light shines through. Several pony clubbers came three or four hours from Port Angeles and Sequim, Western Washington’s “Banana Belt.” Pony clubs participating were: Carbon Hooves, Carbon River, Baywood, Peninsula, Woodbrook Hunt, and Narrows.