posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 06:58 PM
That particular area of the US is quite beautiful, and a wonderful place to live if you were dependent on the land. Lots of game, rivers teeming with
fish, and it can get chilly and wet in the winter but it doesn't snow as a rule.
To lose such an abundant hunting and fishing ground would have been a tragedy for the Native Americans of that region, and one definitely worth
There is an old road that runs by our property that leads from one rare watering hole to another, and I often walk along it, wondering about the
natives who followed the mule deer as a food source along this trail. The deer still follow the same route, although the Native Americans who relied
on them for food and clothing are long gone.