Saturday, April 12, 2008

Longest Walk, Chris Teves Photos

Photos by Chris Teves on the Longest Walk Northern Route: Miguel and Richard in Kansas; Paul Owns The Sabre at Sand Creek; Longest Walkers in Colorado. (Please double click on photos to enlarge)


abaachi said...

Wish I could have stayed with you all longer, but this isn't the 70's and I have a big student loan bill I have to pay. So off to work I go and thinking of you guys everyday. I remember every walking moment, I remember that corn silo outside of Pratt, Kansas. May the Creator watch over you.

One with Feather Dawning said...

I am with you in spirit and energy. As I look upon your picture I see a strong people with individual gifts or us all. I give great thanks for your strength and perseverance on this sacred journey. May we all learn from your walk and remember the lessons of our ancestors telling the stories of a life living in joy and beauty. May you remember the stories that have been lost for us all. I send to you protection and grace in all your actions. It brings joy to me to see your faces and the wisdom of the four directions. Blessings from the Creator.

One with Feather Dawning, Tribe of Nikolai

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