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For details about Devil's Tower, instructions how to get there, camping, facilities, and a detailed map of the park, I've linked to the U.S. National Park Service page. To the left here is a small inset from a Wyoming highway map, showing how to get there when coming west, east, or north.
BIGFOOT RIDERS UNITY RIDE FROM WAPETON, SASKATCHEWAN TO GREY HORN BUTTE (Devil's Tower) , WYOMING: May 3rd, 1996 - June 21st, 1996
Donate to the Ride or sponsor a Rider to carry a staff or flag.
CREDITS: The buffalo woman spirit cherishing some kind of light on the moonlit prairie is "Buffalo Woman", painted by Susan Seddon Boulet and scanned from her beautiful book of spiritual paintings, Shaman, Pomegranate Artbooks, San Francisco, c. 1989. The paintings were inspired by or inspired the selection of many sayings by Native people, which are included in this highly recommended beautiful book ($19.95). Pomegranate: 707/765-2005. Boulet is not a Native American. She was born in Brazil of British parents, schooled in Switzerland, and wound up in California. Her paintings are all on spiritual themes, not necessarily Indian. Pomegranate publishes an annual calendar that uses her paintings. Buffalo Woman was scanned and made into a 3" award button, given to students at Minneapolis Heart of the Earth AIM Survival School for school achievements in 1993-94. That bitmap was used for these images here.
Last updated: Tuesday, February 13, 1996 - 10:19:34 AM