The first time I met Valer Clark was thee years ago, when I was invited to attend an event at the El Coronado ranch in Sonora, Mexico. After crossing the border, we drove for a couple of hours arriving late afternoon. Leaving our car near a small house, we jumped in the back of a pickup truck. I sat on the top of my bags.  As we drove for what seemed to be hours at the time, looking up at the stars, surrounded by nature. I thought to myself what a truly special place this is. Waking up the next day, I knew this place was not like any other I had been to before. Our camp was near a beautiful hot spring, build in the rock. This little piece of paradise was magical. I thought I had traveled to many places, but I have never seen anything like this one. Later that day, I  briefly met Valer Clark. She arrived riding her horse, of course. She told me she spoke a bit of French, but even before that, I knew I wanted to tell her story. I am currently working on producing an audio documentary about her.
 Photo Credit: Thanks to Bill Steen Landscape and Pascal Halim

Thanks to our audio engineer, Samantha Gattsek and editor, Noam Gad Weiser

We are raising money to cover the costs of producing our first audio documentary. Your support will help to pay for:

sound engineers



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