Monthly Archives: September 2018

An excerpt from Anthropologist James Mooney’s book Myths of the Cherokee (1900). “The earth began as nothing but water and darkness, and all the animals were in Galúnlati, above the stone vault that makes up the sky. Eventually Galúnlati became so crowded that the animals needed more room, and they wanted to move down to […]

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Had to give a few “tours” of the Hondaminium during breakfast Sunday morning. Folks would routinely stop to take in the views from the overlook and then divert their attention to my mobile campsite. It’s cool, I’m used to it at this point, it is an odd contraption I’ve constructed.

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