5 Tips for a Camel Business

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Via Small Business, Big Marketing What can you learn about business from a camel wrangler? Quite a lot, as it turns out! This episode is all about “big picture” business strategy and how to overcome fear to create the business of your dreams. So listen in as I chat with English lecturer turned outback entrepreneur, […]

How to do your own Camel Trek or Camel Expedition

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Depression had hit me hard. My mother had just died suddenly and un-expectantly. I didn’t want to leave my small flat. The blinds were drawn, the grief set in and made itself at home. I didn’t leave the house, even for bread and milk. My company was my flat mate who was most understanding of […]

Bereaved Mother Camel Treks Gippsland Australia

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Tara Lea will always have a connection with her son Noah, who died a few days after a traumatic birth.   Tara Lea explains how she plans to raise funds for a cuddle cot in East Gippsland via ABC NEWS For her, one of the hardest parts of the grieving process has been dealing with […]

Yoga [Camel] Retreats – What’s the Big Fuss?

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YOGA and CAMELS, who would have thought (besides the Camel Pose – Ustrasana)? But it’s true, yoga and an outback camel trek can be combined. The rumours are spreading far and wide about it’s uniqueness and life transformations that yogis are experiencing on these outrageous camel trips.   The popular She Said website and blog […]

5 Tips on How to Choose a Camel Trainer

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I remember how much it sucked in school when you couldn’t choose your teachers to learn from. One year you could be thanking your lucky stars the next you want to quit school. Truth be it we don’t learn well when we don’t resonate with our teachers. There has to be a personality match somewhere […]

14 Amazing Photos of Camels used in War

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Animals were a big part of assisting their handlers in wartimes. Some were used for practical reasons others were mascots to raise moral and or companionship to help assist with the hardship of the times. the Imperial Camel Corps, first raised in 1916, was a camel-mounted infantry force operating in the Middle Eastern and African deserts. […]

5 Reasons Not to Break a Camel In – But Still Have a Trained Camel

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I grew up with horses and the terminology of “breaking” a horse in. When I became a professional horse trainer (years ago) I loathed the word “breaking in,” to me it just felt wrong and went against my method of training a horse and my natural instincts towards them. I used to dream of being […]

Camel beach rides more than meets the eye in East Gippsland

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Reported by ABC Gippsland See original POST HERE Beach camel rides have become a new attraction in Lakes Entrance, but for owners Russell Osborne and Tara Lea, the camels are more just than a tourist attraction. Mr Osborne’s first encounter with camels was a product of spontaneity and impulse decision making. “I was lecturing at […]