Life on my Rez. Salmon Ceremony preparations.
HeraldNet.com : Tulalip Tribes' cultural director lived for preservation
My uncle Hank Gobin has moved on in his journey to the other side. I’m proud to be Tulalip. I’m proud to be sduhubsh. I’m proud to be a Gobin. I’m blessed to have been raised with a family who values cultural teachings and strives to keep them alive. I believe it is what keeps us alive.
I am so excited!!! The canoes have been brought out and washed! Tonight we go out on the water. Do you know how every year we put them away at winter and I dream about pulling all winter long! Being on the water is where my spirit soars.
Image courtesy of Indian Country Today Media Network Martin Sensmeir
Giveaway here!!! If you reblog this post saying why you are interested in indigenous cultures or why you love being apart of your indigenous culture I will on Friday choose one of you to be the owner of a coast Salish knitted headband by me! :) tigwicid siyayas
Thank you friends!
Look what my brother made me for my birthday!!! ti’tetied: hummingbird design. Ah tchidah I’m so lucky!!!
Blake Nelson “I love you”
How awesome is this? My friend qwilsius/Shawn Peterson Salish artist from
Puyallup made this saying “even the Raven is curious about the new Apple iPhone 5”
I can not wait until next year. I can not describe how awesome this has been. Thank you God for making me Coast Salish! (Taken with Instagram)
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