- Wednesday, 07 May 2014 11:13
We’re in the middle of a Wyoming tradition, the annual Mother’s Day Snowstorm. Wet heavy snow falling! Hope we don’t lose too many branches.
Buffalo Skulls for Sun Dance
- Monday, 07 April 2014 05:29
Buffalo are sacred animals for a number of people, including us. Over the past couple of decades, we have been happy to donate buffalo meat, skulls, and hides for Native American sacred ceremonies around the country. One of our friends came by this weekend to collect skulls for two different Sun Dances, one in South Dakota this summer, and another in Arizona next year. It’s always a good feeling to know that the spirit of the buffalo, present in the skulls, will be cared for and honored.
First bison calf born
- Wednesday, 02 April 2014 12:10
One of the pleasures of spring in Wyoming is waiting for the birth of the first buffalo calf. Snow Star was born in the middle of a heavy wet snowstorm this morning. He was racing around like the wind within twenty minutes of hitting the ground–which is kind of an amazing thing. Usually their little legs are weak and wobbly for over an hour. Not this little guy. We figure he’s going to be a champion runner. Look out you wolves and coyotes.
COPPER FALCON, ancient Cahokia, PEOPLE OF THE MORNING STAR
- Friday, 21 March 2014 07:13
What a beautiful morning here. Cold and still with stars so bright they hurt. The tang of junipers on the air stirs the blood. It’s only six days to the release of our first novella, COPPER FALCON, which is a prequel to the May release of PEOPLE OF THE MORNING STAR. Hope you enjoy it.
We’re off to pick fresh watercress from the creek for a lunch salad.