For the Plains Indian, the buffalo was the primary source for food, shelter, clothing and tools.
If buffalo were scarce, a tribe would travel great distances to reach the herds. Hunts took place
in the spring, summer and autumn.
Replaying a ritual established by their forefathers, this band of Lakota set out on trails established
long ago. Reaching across time, the ancients will help them to be well-provisioned for the coming winter.