Corey working on an attic access door in the library.
Early springtime greening of the springs.
An early morning view of the cairn and the sit-ing moon.
Sunset at Wingsprings.
A great heron's successful catch. Dinner time!
Corey waving at the trail camera while mowing the walking trails.
The table is set for supper outdoors on the patio.
Trying to get oriented.
A full-grown bull snake that startled us mightily.
Foggy frosty morning looking across the library and garage roofs.
Ethnobotany staff and students from Black Hills State University.
Distant view of the buildings from the springs.
Corey installing shelves in the library.
Preparing the earth for our garden.
The initial fencing to keep rabbits out of the garden.
Fascinating storm clouds.
The trail camera caught this image of a raccoon.
Jr, Shawnna, Tracy and Corey preparing lunch for 60 persons.
The first of three bus groups to visit Wingsprings this summer.
Talking about the design of Wingsprings with the bus group.
The going-away-to-grad-school party for Abe.
The sky at Wingsprings can be so fascinating.
The Tipi Sisters returned again this summer.
A clutch of cousins.
The Desaulniers family stopped by on their way west.
Tyler and Corey kicking back on the library's patio.
Eventually we built this better looking garden fence.
We cut vents into the library and garage roof ridges.
Fr. Powell and John on either side of Bobbie.
Oh, so cute!
Roger & Merlene visited this summer.
Colorful natural flowers in the Wingsprings sanctuary.
Rob and sons stopped by one summer morning.
Lou and sisters visited one afternoon.
A GoPro image from atop the cockpit roof of the second bus group.
Corey found his name tag, but the other three were looking for theirs.
A four-wheeled ladder.
Preparing to build a block retaining wall around the garden.
More prep work for the new terrace walls.
Jeramie harvesting the last of the garden.
Karen and Rich from Ohio, where Tyler also hails from.
Corey and Jeramie building the terrace/garden wall.
Quinton dropping off his artwork.
A snake skeleton.
SDSU students - the third bus group to visit this summer.
Corey servicing the side-by-side.
Guests for the second Lakota Film Festival.
Fall colors with tipi poles in the background.
SDSU DoArch students.
Tyler ready to ride a sanctuary trail on a Wingsprings sunrise day.
Visitors from Minnesota and Illinois.
Repairing the fascia boards and sheathing.
Stella and Tawa visiting one afternoon.
Wingsprings reflected in one of the spring-fed ponds.
Snow covering the lower deck and curving south roof.
Frost clinging to every surface creating a stunning landscape.
Katrina and Ruby were the last visitors of 2015.
Mid-January teachers' workshop; Lakota Emergence artworks on the wall behind.
It was cold outside for the teachers' workshop.
Late winter sunset.