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Journey of a lifetime

January 15, 2014

The 100 mules, riders and wranglers making up the One Hundred Mules Walking the L.A. Aqueduct commemorative art action head towards the finish line at the L.A. Equestrian Center in Burbank on Nov. 11. The local equestrians recently gathered to reflect on the “life-changing” experience. Photo by Osceola Refetocc

One Hundred Mules Walking the L.A. Aqueduct was just the backdrop for what became a “life-changing” experience for the local packers, mule skinners and other residents who made the commemorative artist action a reality.
The riders and wranglers who moved 100 mules from the aqueduct outtake below Big Pine on Oct. 18 to its terminus in the Cascades near Sylmar on Nov. 5 recently gathered at the Metabolic Studio in Lone Pine to reflect on their experiences. The gathering was actually Water Conversation No. 53, part of a series of dialogues running through the centennial anniversary of the completion of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Aqueduct.
See the full story in the Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

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