Pea Ridge Battlefield in the mountains of Arkansas is a place haunted and hallowed by both the Civil War battle that took place there in March of 1861 and the Trail of Tears the path of suffering that eastern nations of Native Americans walked when forcibly removed from their lands east of the Mississippi which … Continue reading
Warriors Path is named for the great Native American Highway that ran from the northeast to the deep south and connected to the Wilderness Road carved by Daniel Boone and his axemen through to the Cumberland Gap.
I have lived a lot of places and I think spring in the Blue Ridge Mountains is amazing. Redbuds and Dogwoods in early spring giving way to wild roses and honeysuckle growing on every country fence that leave the air perfumed in late spring into early summer. Crepe Myrtle, tulip trees and magnolias and every … Continue reading
In the smoke, in the smoke, I see them come. In the smoke of cedar and sage, I see them draw near. They come from each direction each from their place They come they form a circle, they form a sacred circle. There are many that come, they come from all directions they come from … Continue reading
The following few pics are from a scouting trip and serve as introduction to a small little community in the mountains of Tennessee with a lot of history. Stay tuned for some more pics as I explore the area and learn more of its history. The double springs for which the community was named are … Continue reading
Day 3 Rambling: Below are scenes from a beautiful morning spent at Ft Robinson State Park and Chadron State Park in Northwest Nebraska: The scenery at Ft Robinson is as wonderful as the people. Plains full of antelope rolling hills, buttes, hidden canyons, and clear blue lakes. Buffalo and long horn cattle roam the open … Continue reading