You have an old photo! But is it a Dageurrotype, Calotype, albumen print, Ambrotype, tintype, Carte de Visite, or cabinet card? Should you bite it? Lick it? Or listen to this episode? Maybe listen to this episode first. Then lick it.
Charles Spencer March Phillipps returns to give us a second dose of Victorian horseback riding technique! Astound your fellow equestrians with your newfound ability to baffle your steed! Whether it's a leap of faith or a leap to a conclusion, all that's required is you stay in the saddle.
Spice up your night life! Be the fanciest lad in the tavern! Win over your handsome friends! Drown out the sound of men explaining the plot of Dune with the gentle rasp of nutmeg-upon-silver! The possibilities are limitless with a pocket nutmeg grater.
According to the Victorians, there's nothing you can't learn from a good book - including how to ride a horse! Tenacious thighs and supple loins combine for a firm "gripe" on the saddle. You WILL wear leather pants. You WILL become a competent equestrian. You WILL learn about how the industrial revolution all-but-severed the working class's relationship to horses - and MORE!