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[] They stayed far from the travelled trails, seeing no white men and only a few Mexican traders. It made the people happy to have so little bother. But a human tide, one that they could neither see nor hear, was rising in the east. It would be upon them soon. The good times of that summer were the last they would have. Their time was running out and would soon be gone forever []

Words taken from Dances with Wolves by Michael Blake. Still makes me shiver!


This photo was taken outside the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose/Colorado. Dont drive by but visit! And check the hours :))) Yes, it was closed, I guess it was a Monday! There we stood in front of a closed door and we tried to open it, shaking it desperately. We walked around the building, trying to see through the window if we could see someone and returned to the door if we had missed something! But we returned. The muesum gives you the chance to dive into another world, a world that we think we understand from all the movies we have seen but acutally it goes much deeper when you stand there.

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