By Andi Bourne

Logging with horses returns to Double Arrow Ranch


October 7, 2021

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Jessica Lehl skidding an aspen log with her team of Belgium mules Rose and Violet Monday, Sept. 27 at the Whitetail Aspen Commons on Double Arrow Ranch. Her father Rob Henrekin, left, spotting for her.

SEELEY LAKE – While several decades have passed since horses were used to log on the Double Arrow Ranch, last Monday a pair of horses and mules owned by Rob Henrekin and his daughter Jess Lehl helped clean up the Whitetail Aspen Commons. The Double Arrow Land Owner Association (DARLOA) Parks & Resources Committee Chair Tom Browder said the method was a perfect fit for the area.

"What old is new again," Browder said. "Now we have this example ...and maybe some other folks in the area that have marshy property or wetlands, it might give them an idea to use horses instead of something me...

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