Oosaare (North Muhu)

Oosaare (North Muhu) route

Riding for about 5 hours + a picnic
Break – picnic. You have an opportunity to go swimming
The route begins on Tihuse Horseriding Farm at 10 o’clock. The route to the northern coast of Muhu takes about 2.5 hours. In Tamse Village you pass a manor house called Tamse schoolhouse by the local people. There is a shelter with table and benches at the picnic site; but it is also possible to have a picnic on the beach – a break 1,5- 2 hours. Then horses are saddled again and we ride back to Tihuse for 2.5 hours. On the way back you ride through Külasema Village, which is known for its active village society. If the road is good and all participants agree then a long gallop is possible on the way back. The ride ends around 17:30.

Tamse School

Started its activity lead by Mihail Pallas in the old manor house in 1919. The latter was the headmaster until 1932, when the school was taken over by Karl-Osvald Juht, who managed the school until his deportation in 1941. K.-O. Juht continued active social life at Tamse. The number of pupils in the school was 50-80 before the war. The number of pupils increased when it became a 6-year school in 1930. In 1940 the construction of a new school house according to the design of Jaagup Linnakivi started at Tamse. Due to the war the work was hindered and was actually never completed.