They provide therapy on horseback.
Each year, more than 100 kids gather at the remote Indigenous community of Santa Teresa, about 70 kilometres east of Alice Springs, to go on a week-long horse trek run by Bush Mob.
Wonderful people providing encouragement and therapy to others.
While elsewhere—greedy publicans and petrol station owners (who supply intoxicated sniffers) and the NT government than allows grog to be pushed in animal type bars at drunks—all for their own profit, with no thought to humanity. No—it doesn't leave me speechless. I will write about it.
Bush Mob horse treks go monthly
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