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7/29/2016 10:22 am  #11


Re: Medicine Man Camp

No, it is this Year! NOT last year. I am at the South Rim right now on WiFi as I write this. My camp is just 5mi outside the park in the Kibab National Forest. I have worked in the Desert View Watch Tower gift shop in 2007 - 2009. I had an excellent view of the canyon from register #3. Three ghosts inhabit the Watch Tower. I download photos direct to this computer from the camera, upload to my photo site, then link them here.

As an Zanterra employee, I got to fly on both the helicopter and airplane for free on a standby basis. I flew over the canyon many times from 1989 to 2007.

I grew up near Shonto AZ which is near Navajo National Monument. The back ground photo you see on this page is from there. I have family there, and  been visiting friends here in the Grand Canyon Village. I am near the Canyon in June - July to do my Medicine work with my people here in the village. In other months you will find me living near Shonto AZ 86053.

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8/13/2016 9:51 am  #12


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I am now back in from the back country, thus I can give this forum better attention. The photos seen below are of my camp in the Kibab National Forest just 5mi out side of the Grand Canyon National Park. The teepee is in the Hualipi Mountians in AZ.

http://stormrunneraz.tripod.com/camp.JPG

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8/13/2016 9:53 am  #13


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I also lived in this Teepee in the Hualipai Mountains.

http://stormrunneraz.tripod.com/lodge.JPG

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8/13/2016 9:55 am  #14


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A squirrel that hanged around my Grand Canyon camp. I did not feed it.

http://stormrunneraz.tripod.com/a_squrrel.JPG

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8/13/2016 9:57 am  #15


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My time stamp proving this was real. Note the weather readings. Those were typical for my 2mo. stay.

http://stormrunneraz.tripod.com/heat.JPG

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8/13/2016 10:06 am  #16


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This is my "Alter" with a Navajo Eagle feather on it.

http://stormrunneraz.tripod.com/gaagii_feather.JPG

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8/13/2016 1:28 pm  #17


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8/15/2016 1:03 pm  #18


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Thanks for posting those two links up  I love storms and thunder but it has not happened here much, just real hot the last few days its been 40c 104f no one believed me until I showed my Cherokee budy in Texas my thermometer during a vid chat... 
I have a Hopi friend Moontee  Sinequa who was a champion Hoop Dancer.. 2 yrs back  seen him dance several time, his two sons too.. We were teaching the children 2 yrs back at a Pow Wow they loved it..

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There is a good way,  a bad way, and a better way.  For my path, I choose the better way..
Nicholas Black Elk
 
 

8/15/2016 1:59 pm  #19


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The photographs are really beautiful


The spoken word always comes back as whispers in the wind.
 

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