A lasting impression

Devil's TowerDevil’s Tower.
A place of reverence and beauty to many. Myself included.

We have traveled to and around the base of Devil’s Tower a few times, and each visit leaves an indelible imprint on my spiritual being.
is a bit of history about Devil’s Tower, both about the Native
American’s connected to the location, and the importance of the prayer
cloths they tie to trees at the base of the tower.

This week I created a vessel with the intention of capturing the feeling I had while at Devil’s Tower.
Here is an almost finished image of the vessel.
I will be able to attach my own prayer cloths.
Feeling very blessed for the year past and the one we enter into today.

Prayer Cloth

Living fully – carving a life,


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