Bobbi WadeOwner, Horsewoman, Head Wrangler and Guide
“My career in the horseback riding adventure industry in Wyoming spans the past 40 years, from the Teton Wilderness to the Red Desert, and millions of acres of wild Wyoming country in between. I’ve entered a new phase in my horsemanship journey as a solo horsemanship guide and business owner. The future looks bright, and as I ride into it, my mission continues to be sharing my family legacy, being a supportive leader, and placing people into the path of the healing peace of our wild Wyoming landscapes, from the back of genuine, open-range saddle horses. It will be my privilege for you to join us, and I am honored that you are considering Blue Sky Sage as your horseback riding retreat experience.”
Emily WadeAssistant Manager, Wrangler, and Guide
I’m so pleased to announce that our daughter Emily will be joining the Blue Sky Sage team for the 2020 season! She will be my right-hand woman in every aspect of the operation, from guiding rides and wrangling horses, to marketing, to camp work, and everything in-between. Having grown up in the business, she has the background and knowledge of the company philosophy and operations, and with her recent experience working in other outdoor recreation companies, she is bringing her own fresh enthusiasm and ideas to the already unique experience Blue Sky Sage offers. I am so excited that once again we have a young, dynamic woman on the team!
Mike Wade, 1958-2019
On May 21, 2019, Mike went over the next ridge to continue his wilderness adventure journey, in the next life. Click on the photo to read his obituary and story.
Lucky’s position is deputy security officer, public relations specialist, and greeter. He has been with Blue Sky Sage for nearly eight years, and he is a valuable member of the team. In addition to his job, he is also a loyal friend and companion. He enjoys riding in the truck, gnawing on a good bone, and howling on the rare occasion that he needs a little attention.
Sandra WhitlockCamp Chef
Sandra was able to come on board at a late date, when Stephen was unable to get back into the United States from Guatemala, due to the travel restrictions instituted because of the Covid-19 crisis.
I have known Sandra for many years as a hard worker, a great cook, and we are so fortunate that she is at a place in her life that she was able to join the team this season. She has already arrived to feed the rotating crews of people who have been helping us so much with setting up camp, shoeing horses, and giving us moral support in this challenging time. And, she is Chef Sharon’s sister, hence the resemblance 😉 Welcome Sandra!