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Native American Heritage Month

Hello, Sweeteas,

November is Native American Heritage Month. A few fiction titles written by Native Americans or about Native Americans:

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian… 186 more words

Book Recommendations

Post I

It’s been the kind of week that I can’t cram into a single blog post.  In fact, even though I’m having this blog automatically posted, the week isn’t even over.   294 more words


Trip Log – Day 81 - Dinosaur, CO to Roosevelt, UT

July 25, 2015 – Sunny, 80 degrees

Miles Today: 64

Miles to Date: 4,556

States to Date: 19

 I continued my journey along US 40 into Utah. 571 more words

Bicycle Trip Log

Mural Project-Meeting Roland

It’s so much fun to Be Blogging again. I tend to be intimidated since there seems to be writing involved with telling a story (that makes sense) But intimidation aside, This story needs to be told. 575 more words


Chief Ouray - A Man of Peace

“We do not want to sell a foot of our land that is the opinion of our people. The whites can go and take the land and come out again. 1,043 more words


The Utes of Ute Pass, Colorado

c 2014 by Jan MacKell Collins

For decades, Hollywood had movie fans believing all Indians were evil savages who ran around killing whites and committing barbaric acts. 1,337 more words

Colorado History

What is a Wickiup?

This wickiup was reconstructed at the White River Museum in Meeker, Colorado to display how several of the Indian tribes created temporary shelters. They were usually no more than three feet high and were covered with skins. 62 more words