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A world traveler, David T. Ball is an established presence in the Dallas, Texas community who has had the opportunity to explore destinations that range from India to the United Arab Emirates. When visiting the latter country, David T. Ball took part in adventures such as dune bashing and riding a camel in the desert.

The latter activity can be challenging for the uninitiated, with mounting the camel the first major hurdle. This requires a long stretch of the legs over the back and a positioning in the middle of the saddle, then holding on tightly. The camel will rise from the back feet first, so it makes sense to initially lean back. As the camel then raises its front legs, lean forward.

Gripping the wooden handle bar at the front of the saddle with one hand and gripping behind the seat with the other hand, relax the body, take deep breaths, and sway with the camel as it walks. No matter how comfortable you try to make it, even a short camel ride will likely leave the rider sore. Those with a lifetime of experience riding camels often cross their legs in front, which distributes the weight more comfortably in the tailbone area.

Finally, to maintain a positive relationship with the mount, consider packing carrots and apples, which are among the camels’ preferred snacks.

A world traveler, David T. Ball is an established presence in the Dallas, Texas community who has had the opportunity to explore destinations that range from India to the United Arab Emirates. When visiting the latter country, David T. Ball took part in adventures such as dune bashing and riding a camel in the desert.

The latter activity can be challenging for the uninitiated, with mounting the camel the first major hurdle. This requires a long stretch of the legs over the back and a positioning in the middle of the saddle, then holding on tightly. The camel will rise from the back feet first, so it makes sense to initially lean back. As the camel then raises its front legs, lean forward.

Gripping the wooden handle bar at the front of the saddle with one hand and gripping behind the seat with the other hand, relax the body, take deep breaths, and sway with the camel as it walks. No matter how comfortable you try to make it, even a short camel ride will likely leave the rider sore. Those with a lifetime of experience riding camels often cross their legs in front, which distributes the weight more comfortably in the tailbone area.

Finally, to maintain a positive relationship with the mount, consider packing carrots and apples, which are among the camels’ preferred snacks.

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How to Ride a Camel in Comfort

  1. 1. How to Ride a Camel in Comfort David T Ball
  2. 2. Introduction A world traveler, David T. Ball is an established presence in the Dallas, Texas community who has had the opportunity to explore destinations that range from India to the United Arab Emirates. When visiting the latter country, David T. Ball took part in adventures such as dune bashing and riding a camel in the desert.
  3. 3. The latter activity can be challenging for the uninitiated, with mounting the camel the first major hurdle. This requires a long stretch of the legs over the back and a positioning in the middle of the saddle, then holding on tightly. The camel will rise from the back feet first, so it makes sense to initially lean back. As the camel then raises its front legs, lean forward.
  4. 4. Gripping the wooden handle bar at the front of the saddle with one hand and gripping behind the seat with the other hand, relax the body, take deep breaths, and sway with the camel as it walks. No matter how comfortable you try to make it, even a short camel ride will likely leave the rider sore. Those with a lifetime of experience riding camels often cross their legs in front, which distributes the weight more comfortably in the tailbone area. Finally, to maintain a positive relationship with the mount, consider packing carrots and apples, which are among the camels’ preferred snacks.

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