Indian Summer

Hello, everyone. Man is it hot here in Missouri, and I am not even home where it is usually a bit hotter and more humid.  This is my last weekend at Dad’s.

Yesterday there was a cool Native American show down by the Caverns. There wasn’t a lot there, but what was there was pretty cool. As soon as we walked up I saw the most beautiful Native American Doll. I had to take her home to my collection.


There were many people dressed in costumes, and we got there around lunch where they were cooking their meals on campfires and in cast iron pots.

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There were games for little kids.

Two beautiful horses Bo and Pie though they didn’t care to much to be petted.

A sweat Lodge

And we set on hay bales and listen to a man tell us a cool story.

Dad got hot so he and I headed back up to his apartment. I need to begin packing I will be leaving tomorrow.
I will leave you with some cute pictures of my niece and four nephews in their hunting gear a bit tipsy.

Have you been to any cool places this summer?



3 responses to “Indian Summer”

  1. You always take such intriguing pictures of your events. Those caverns and pow wow had to be a blast. I love the appearance of crystal caverns. I’m glad you got to spend weeks with your dad.

    • Thank’s you so much I didn’t get to go into the cavern here since it’s very narrow and long I couldn’t walk that far and I’m very claustrophobic but I did enjoy the event. It is so sad going home especially since I have been here two months.

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