Marilee Mott, a continuous Pyramid Society member since 1981 is moving from Las Vegas to Oregon. Marilee treasures her 31 year old Ansata Ibn Sudan granddaughter, by Macho REA and is considering new Egyptian horses to continue her dream in the Northwest. Marilee has been actively involved in educating the public on Egyptian Arabian horses over the years and plans to continue to do so in Oregon. Oregon holds sentimental ties for Marilee through her family history (she was born there and both her parents too), and it will be a welcomed change going from the dry desert of Las Vegas to the open, green hillsides of the Northwest. She looks forward to networking in the region to find more owners and breeders of Egyptian Arabians while forging new bonds and friendships, with Scouts and 4-H. She is an 11 year employee of Petsmart, and has maintained her Nevada teaching license from K-8th grade since graduating from UNLV in 1972. Her last visit to the Egyptian Event and to Ansata was in 1985, and she looks forward to doing more traveling to TPS educational events.