Event Packing List

a general guide

NOTE: An event-specific list is supplied for each workshop; this is a general guide.

For Art Making
Outerwear that can be layered for changes in weather and can get dirty
Hat for sun protection
Art media of choice

For Trail Riding
Jeans or similar material
Long sleeve shirts
Outerwear that can be layered for changes in weather and can get dirty
Boots with narrow toes would be best. Moderate walking or hiking boots without no-slip soles are fine. Bulky hiking boots may not fit in stirrups.
Hat for sun protection
Gloves if you like – leather gardening gloves work well but are not necessary

In General
Sturdy, rolling luggage for clothing, art supplies, and gear
Your Passport (Crossing U.S. Borders)
Swimwear as weather permits
Winery attire is casual

Food, Beverages, etc.
Trail/afternoon snacks
If you want alcohol, feel free to bring your favorite beverages. We can stop in Tecate on the way down if you wish to make purchases.
All meals are provided and there is plenty. If you bring fruit don’t plan on bringing it back to the U.S. It will be taken at the U.S. border when we return.
The ranch supplies plenty of bottled drinking water

Other Items to Consider
Ibuprofen if you have not been on a horse lately
A headlamp or small flashlight
Personal toiletries as needed. Town is about 25 minutes away.
Any personal medications needed for the weekend
Your balance can be paid in cash at the ranch (U.S. dollars), or pre-paid 30 days before departure



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