A wise old Lakota-Sioux Woman

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The old photo to your left is an important one:Chief's Red Cloud and Sitting Bull. (Update: a fellow blogger notified me and corrected the Warrior next to Red Cloud is American Horse. Also see picture of American Horse in full headress at bottom of this blog) I'm a Lakota-Sioux ,born and raised in Central Wyoming on the Arapho/ Shoshone Rez. My wisdom comes from the school of hard knocks,and the paths I choose to take. Along with the advice and stories from my elders, my road has lead me here.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Let it snow!

Share/Save/Bookmark It's 6 o clock in the evening, the Nevada storm front is moving over us with a lite snow starting to cover the land. In my neck of the woods, the town closes up around 8pm, the lights go dim and the smell of the wood stoves come and go. I love this land and the folks who live here, all living in harmony. This is the high desert and land of 4 seasons, the view is breath taking! We go ATVing in the spring and summer. Fishing and boating, swimming and jet skiing during fishing season. Hiking for those who can. This is the outback of NW Arizona! Land of Lake Mead, the Colorado River, and the Grand Canyon! We have gold mines, Turquoise mines, the land of thunder eggs and beautiful stones. Heck we even had the burning man festival here this year.
But this snow stuff has only happened maybe 7 or 8 times since I moved here 6 yr ago. It'll be melted off by noon tomorrow.Snow is cool to watch, to sit by our fire and see the beauty of it all. Life is good!

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