Post by Annie Fawn on Apr 27, 2006 16:10:08 GMT -6
Got a couple of pictures of a fox that my firefighters rescued and raised at our fire station. I bottle raised a rescued racoon once and he was adoreable. We retrained hin and released him back into the wild the next spring he showed up with his lady and visited us.
Post by Annie Fawn on Apr 27, 2006 17:34:20 GMT -6
My firefigthers saved 3 kits when their mom was run over, just as they were getting used to the wild again a hunter shot one and another was run over. I've got some pic of the last one that survived. The guys decided to lure her back into the station house until she got older and then we had someone from a animal ranch come get her to take her to her new home where we have heard she has done very well.
Wish I had a digital camera live near Austin and have bald eagles as well as Golden eagles roosting near my cabin but my computer wouldn't know what to do with the photo's anyway, they sure are great to talk with however, we ever had a bear at the ranch where I train horses, saw a red fox yesterday, of course plenty of deer, they have finally shed off so I guess summer is here. your pictures are wonderful. As you know animals have meaning when they allow us to see them. You are truly blessed - AHO
Last Edit: May 6, 2006 13:21:19 GMT -6 by Huronwoman
May the Creator bless you today and everyday! SOARS WITH EAGLES
I don't have any downloadable photos but do have plenty of wildlife here as I said in a previous post. The place I mentioned where the Eagles roost is actually called Eagle Rock, just found that out the other day before going to San Antonio for my neck surgery and an Eagle followed us home. The Elder who brought me home was impressed and then he believed me about the good medicine here. Below is a poem I wrote about another Eagle I saw going to Austin one day:
I SAW AN EAGLE TODAY By: Judy Huronwoman
I saw an Eagle today He was so majestic and proud I wanted to stop and admire him But the traffic would not allow
He followed me as I drove The Eagle asked “What do you want from me woman?” I asked him to take my prayer to the Father,
Still following me the Eagle said “ I know your prayer and so does the Father. But since you are on the path I will take it to Him for you”
As this beautiful creature began to soar higher He said, “Wait, your answer is coming.” At that moment I was suddenly calm and at ease I knew that all would be well.
The Father had given me my answer. He said, “I am not finished with you woman, Continue to follow the path you are on. One day soon it will all become clear.”
Star ocean: Hey everyone!
Apr 2, 2019 4:33:10 GMT -6
noname: Earthlover,When i first started i went through Family Search. Star with what you know and work backwards. I also have storiez from family members. That led me to find my Cherokee great grandmother on my father side from South Carolina.and Blackfoot on my M
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twoblades: Hi Chuck. I am Cherokee and we use the word A'ho as the closing to our prayer. Wado is "western dialect Cherokee" but we use it in the "Eastern dialect" as well because it is recognized.
Apr 16, 2018 21:45:30 GMT -6
twoblades: I came here after looking for info about the colors in the "Medicine Wheel". My Grandmother was Cherokee. My Grandfather was Choctaw. I am Cherokee thru my mother and grandmother.
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cherokeebutterfly: Good Day. I just found this page and would like to know more about my ancestry. It is my belief according to my online genealogy that Cherokee Chief John Bowles is my 6th or 7th generation grandfather. I have found other Bowles members that say the same.
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riverkid05: Hello! My name is "riverkid05" new here, 1/2 Cherokee, my father of course was a full blood and my mother white......made for a strange life LOL...raised on the Colville res and the rest of my time spent in white society it kept life interesting. My fathe
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nathan184: Hello, everyone!
Feb 28, 2018 20:20:03 GMT -6
chuck: Also, I have read that the Cherokee do not use this word A'HO as thank you, but uses the word wado.
Nov 24, 2017 15:52:51 GMT -6
chuck: I have studied the word A'HO and have read in studies that various tribes use this word as greeting, thank you, or ending in prayer. However in further study I read that this is not true and that this word is not real or used. Any thoughts?
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calipharun: never look DNA. that stuf is confusing since the whole world is related. god made us from different sands colors. and adam had all the genetics that were spread trough his children.
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kittyville: For msroberts - Preston H & Susan VClark are my 4-5th great grandparents.Legend was that we are Cherokee.My DNA shows that we are African & White, with very little Native American.See DNA 2010 study of Cherokee in North Carolina reservation. It's true.
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lizardbreath: This does not seem to be a very active list. Is the owner still around?
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lizardbreath: Hello Allemaal, I am LizardBreath. Originally from Alabama, I now reside in Holland. I am 69 years old, I'm of Cherokee descent on my paternal side. I have a 5 year old daughter, and a Dutch wife. I have invaded Europe and I intend to take over the place.
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vhelm1954: Hi there! My name is Vicki, and I live in Meade County, Kentucky. Two years ago, when my husband passed, I decided to move here where the only family I have left, lives.
I have been told all my life about my "Cherokee great-grandmother", but have never
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