Oct. 14, 2016: LOOK, Bob Dotson came out for the Today Show in September 2012. You can see the episode by clicking HERE or on the image below:

New York Post article, 11/10/2018

This woman is doing a six-month book tour on horseback
By Mackenzie Dawson

KIBS/KBOV Radio (E. CA—Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Independence, Lone Pine), 11/06/2018 interview

Bonner County Daily Bee, 10/17/18


Montana Senior News, Oct./Nov. 2018

November 01, 2018 at 6:00 am | By MANDI BATEMAN

East Oregonian (Pendleton, OR), 11/05/2018

Montana Book Festival, Bernice Reading, Fact & Fiction Bookstore, 9/30/2018

Farcountry Press
Published on Sep 11, 2018
In her incredible memoir, Lady Long Rider: Alone Across America on Horseback we are introduced to Bernice Ende, a solitary figure with the daunting goal of traveling from Trego, Montana to New Mexico in a single ride. At the age of 50, Bernice turned south into the unknown and began her first trip on her way to becoming a world-class long rider. Since that fateful decision she hasn’t looked back. Accompanied by her horses and an exceptional dog named Claire, Ende has logged more than 29,000 miles in the saddle, crisscrossing North America and beyond.
She traversed the Great Plains, the Southwest deserts, the Cascade Range, and the Rocky Mountains and was the first person to ride coast-to-coast and back againin a single trek, winning acclaim from the international Long Riders Guild.
Through her rides, Bernice shares the heartfelt and inspiring story of inner struggles and triumphs. She tests the limits of physical and mental stamina, learns to cope with inescapable solitude, and ultimately finds the reward of a life well-lived. Readers will be moved as Bernice discovers a renewed sense of self, profound and lasting friendships, and an understanding that home is a concept that extends beyond any border or map.
A captivating, engaging and well-written adventure, Lady Long Rider is not to be missed!

September 19, 2018 at 6:35 am | By Daniel McKay

The Reader (Sandpoint, ID) 8/26/2016 article.

Montana Public Radio/Yellowstone… radio interview, 8/09/18

Aug 5, 2018: KXLH NEWSA Northwest Montana woman who has spent more than a decade riding around the U.S. on horseback shared stories from her travels in Helena.

Mountain & Prairie, podcast interview by Ed Roberson, March 2017

Mar 18, 2015: A Tour of Fort Edward with Bernice Ende 2014-2016 RIDE

May 29, 2015: TV6 & FOX UP International horse Long Rider Bernice Ende is on the second leg of her eight-thousand mile journey across the country and back

Published on Jul 10, 2014: Bernice Ende has traveled more than 20,000 miles across North America on horseback since 2005. Her journeys have earned her the title of Lady Long Rider.

TheLCNvideo Published on Sep 4, 2014
Bernice Ende of Montana was in Livingston County for the past week as part of an 8,000-mile, 2-1/2-year journey across the United States on horseback. She was about one-third of the way through when The Livingston County News caught up with her Thursday morning in Caledonia, where she made a rest stop at the Fairgrounds. Ende was getting transportation assistance from Sgt. Gary A. Cicoria of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office Mounted Patrol for her trip to Rochester, where she planned to visit Susan B. Anthony’s gravesite at Mount Hope Cemetery and the Susan B. Anthony House before continuing her journey. Ende’s ride commemorates the 100th anniversary of women’s suggrage in Montana.