On the Road: Southern Montana, a stoner and Little Bighorn

Little Bighorn National Monument

The memorial markers of two Cheyenne warriors, Limber Bones and Closed Hand, rest near Last Stand Hill. The eastern side of the battlefield can be seen in the background.

Here’s a link to the photos from Little Bighorn National Monument.

What does this have to do with sustainability?  The lifestyle that native tribes maintained was the embodiment of living in careful cooperation with the environment.  The native way of existence promoted respect for the earth and environment.  This battle was a symbolic last stand for the old way of life that is now lost to a modernized, civilized, industrialized and unrepentant nation.


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