Kris Phillips William Kummerfeldt greets Murphy the donkey and learns how to safely give a treat by using a Frisbee as a plate at the Olympic National Park Junior Ranger Day at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center on April 15. The Back Country Horsemen Peninsula Chapter was there to promote trail safety when encountering livestock.

HORSEPLAY: Remember to Stop, Stand, Speak on trails

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