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After all the joking about the eclectic (Dave N's suggestion!!) yard art in the RV park we were in last night everything really turned out quite well. The park, although a little over the top in "artifacts" as our DWLP friends call them, was a very nice oasis for us and really quite cheerful. We rested well and were bid farewell by our hostess when …
"I shall not see you (sun) go down behind the mountains tonight… I am going home today, not the way we came, but in spirit, home to my people." Bloody Knife, Arikara Scout for General Custer (June 25, 1876)
June 25, 2014, the 138th anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The Indians called it the Battle of the Greasy Grass, because the tall grass in that region left a slick coating on the soles of ...
Regarding information. the Little Big Horn College website explains the name. I had thought that there would be a Big Horn River, and maybe also a Little Big Horn (as in the Wolf and Little Wolf in Wisconsin). But their website says:
"The College name was chosen for a special scholar in ancient Crow tribal history: The Big Horn Ram. Many generations ago, a young boy was thrown off a precipitous cliff by his stepfather in the Basawaxaawuua (Big Horn ...
... different Federal funding so 'nearly impossible -- takes practically an act of congress' to use them for teaching. Marked contrast with the attitude -- and hence with the achievements -- of the Menominee College.
Left Lame Deer mid-day and travelled 40 miles to Little Big Horn. Spent two hours at site, incl ranger talk, video and driving the 5 miles through the battlefield on guided route. Again very very hot, and threatening thundershowers.
... she has stage 4 lung cancer as my wife Caroldeen had, but it had been caught earlier and she was being treated in Houston at M. D. Anderson. The lung cancer was in remission, but there were some spots where it had metastisized (sp?) that were being treated with radiation. Her husband is a professional fire fighter in Spearfish, SD, and they have a six and a half year old son, Charlie, and I had a great talk with him about fire engines. She is a ...