Describing an idyllic ride on a wonderful horse. I wish you many moments, and even days and weeks, of which the first sentence is true.
‘There was not a single way in which life could be improved. Malek’s alert and good-tempered ears, his tireless and untiring gait and the well-being he radiated, meant that we infected each other’s mood, as horse and rider often do.’
Source: Patrick Leigh Fermor, Between the Woods and the Water (London: Penguin Books, 1986), p. 58