A Cherokee Indian Legend

A Cherokee Indian Legend

There is a legend in the Cherokee Indian nation involving the rite of passage for young boys. A father brings his son to a forest at night, blindfolds him, and sits him on a stump. The boy must spend the entire night alone in the forest this way, without removing the...
The Happy Hike

The Happy Hike

Each year I take a group of teenage girls on a hike through the Appalachian Mountains. There are some pretty tough climbs along the way which challenge the girls physically and emotionally. Although it’s hot and tiring, full of bugs, and sometimes threatens of bears,...
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