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Eagle Catcher  This man is thought to be Sioux, probably from Northwestern Nebraska.  This is a posed shot.  Full-sized eagles were not caught by hand, but in baited pits.  Eagle feathers had special ceremonial significance to the Plains tribes.  Photographed in 1907 by Edward S. Curtis

Photograph of an Indian Eagle Catcher. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis ~ The illustration documents a Hidatsa Indian standing on large rock overlooking valley. He is holding an eagle that he has caught.

Keep those heads in the clouds pals. It's how ya get some crazy places.  Like Germany for 5 seconds.  That's right as soon as we got past the East German border we were in traffic for two hours no exaggeration and we had only got about 15 minutes outside the border so we U-turned and headed back but we found these mountains that day and I'm pretty thrilled with that.  Sooooo. Lesson o' the day: wander.  Joost this one is for you.  #travel #wander #explore #adventure #1924us #ventureonward…

Keep those heads in the clouds, pals. It's how ya get some crazy places. Like Germany for 5 seconds. That's right, as soon as we got past the East German border we were in traffic for two hours, no exaggeration, and we had only got about 15 minutes outsid

Planning our summer escapes this weekend and getting inspired by @chrisburkard 's incredible adventures. #travel #adventure.

chrisburkard:If there is one thing traveling has taught me its that you don’t actually have to travel the globe to find great joy. Sometimes the farthest journeys we will ever take will be the ones deep inside ourselves.