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OUT: Driving to a Starbucks Drive-through IN: Double-Tall Lattes on Horseback

From left, Clara Duncan, Emily Hesse, Alana Linderoth, Hannah Sperber and Ady Crosby and their horses stop outside the drive-through window at Starbucks and wait for their coffee order.— Image Credit: Submitted Photo

From left, Clara Duncan, Emily Hesse, Alana Linderoth, Hannah Sperber and Ady Crosby and their horses stop outside the drive-through window at Starbucks and wait for their coffee order.— Image Credit: Submitted Photo

Is it polite to offer your horse a coffee, too? It might improve the horsepower…

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For the Sequim Gazette ReporterAlana Linderoth writes:

“…The latest ride Dancer and I embarked on was a trek from North Barr Road into Sequim to go through the drive-through at Starbucks. This was the first time I have ever ordered a coffee at Starbucks on horseback. In total there were five riders going…”

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That’s not the only rider enjoying caffeinated convenience, other riders are taking advantage, too.

That’s not the only rider enjoying caffeinated convenience, other riders are taking advantage of not having to dismount to get a coffee buzz at Starbucks.

“The reactions from people once we reached Sequim were mixed. Most people smiled, waved, pointed and even took pictures of us girls sipping Starbucks on our horses. However some people looked annoyed or put off by the fact that we were riding in town. Not all people like horses and that is both OK with me and understandable…”

“All the horses on the ride were great. Any rider with an awareness of safety for others and themselves wouldn’t subject their horse to town where there are cars, loud noises and movement all around unless the horse is well-trained and is conditioned to that type of environment…” (read more)

 Sequim Gazette Reporter

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One Comment on “OUT: Driving to a Starbucks Drive-through IN: Double-Tall Lattes on Horseback”

  1. […] By Pundit from another Planet Is it polite to offer your horse a coffee, too? It might improve the horsepower… For the Sequim Gazette Reporter, Alana Linderoth writes: “…The latest ride Dancer and I embarked on was a trek from North Barr Road into Sequim to go through the drive-through at Starbucks. This was the first time I have ever ordered a coffee […] Like this? Read more and get your own subscription at […]


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