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October 5 2011 Native American Newsletter

GREETINGS from the Cherokee of Georgia Tribal Grounds. The weather is wonderful and I can hardly wait for the Drum and Dancing tomorrow. I have a serious case of Pow Wow Fever, and it is contagious!

A good book is always a welcomed companion while camping on the Tribal Grounds. This one will have you laughing out loud! Don't pick it up too late in the evening. You'll be reading through the night, and might hurt yourself trying to stifle the laughter and not wake everyone in the camp.

Nature Girl by Carl Hiaasen – A Review
Sammy Tigertail is a mixed blood Seminole. A drunken tourist looking for a “Real” American Indian is his first customer for an airboat ride in the Everglades. Honey Santana is a divorced white woman, who is off her medication. Their worlds collide on Dismal Key.

I'll be "un-plugged" for a few days more, but please don't forget about our forum. My best friend is sitting in and she is a testament to how contagious Pow Wow Fever is. Stop by to say "Hello" and ask about her first Pow Wow back in July. We've been sharing her passion for flute music and there are links in the forum posts for you to enjoy some of our favorites.

My camera with extra batteries is ready, and I'll have many photos to share next week. Until next time, please forward this email to friends and family so they'll be registered and ready to join us in the forum. With my mocassins on, I will

Walk in Balance and Beauty

Jane Winkler, Native American Editor

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