Crates

These are cargo crates that have been converted into student living quarters. They are double occupancy and have wood floors, a private bathroom, a kitchen counter with sink and cabinets, bunk beds with two closets, and a living area.  They are 8’ x 45’, so there is considerably more room than the 10’ x 20’ double occupancy dorm rooms.
The Driveway
Road leading up to the crates
Overhead View
Overhead view of the crates
The Front Entrance
The front entrance of the crates
The Front Living Area
The front living area of the crates
The Rear Kitchenette and Bathroom
The front living area of the crates
The Bathroom
The bathroom in the crates
The Bathroom Shower
The shower in the crates
The Bunk Beds and Closets
The bunk beds and closets of the crates
The hallway of the crates

I feel that every day I spent at MM made me more prepared for my future. The theory and the eye that you get from being immersed in an in-depth program really makes all the difference. I have been able to adapt what I know to any discipline, any situation.
Kelly Lagos: 2005 Riding Master VI Graduate