Meeting a Unicorn

Michelle La Flamme and her friend Cappy the horse

Introducing Michelle La Flamme and her friend Cappy the horse. Cappy lives in a community-run stable, working as a cooperative. This tour follows a wilderness walking path, a protected rural area inside a major Canadian city. Happy trails!

If you want to visit the location with your mobile device, download the files from Guidemate using the download arrow below (top right). Full transcript is available in Guidemate below.

Meeting a Unicorn locations

In the first track of her geolocation project, Michelle La Flamme introduces us to Cappy, her friend who is a horse. He lives at the Burnaby Horseman’s Association, a community stable.

In the second track from Meeting a Unicorn, Michelle describes how the Burnaby Horseman’s Association works together as a group.

In the third track of Meeting a Unicorn, Michelle La Flamme describes the wildlife that she and her horse friend Cappy meet while on the trails, including the occasional bear.

Michelle La Flamme wraps up her tour telling us a little about saddles and how to welcome a horse when you meet them on the trail.

Cappy the horse is looking for a snack
Michelle is giving Cappy a hug
Cappy is centre of the shot, Michelle on the side
Burnaby Horseman's Association Riding Stables
Head shot of Cappy the horse on a trail

Credits

Writer and Performer
Michelle La Flamme

Producer, Audio Recording and Guidemate Editor
Lorna Boschman

Photographer
Sebnem Ozpeta

StoryCloud Concept
Lorna Boschman and Claire Roberts

We gratefully acknowledge that we live and work on the unceded, traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts
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