Snowy view of Wingsprings.
Formal Friday: Nick, Olivia, Abe and Corey (R-L).
Can you see the snapper near the top-middle of the pond?
Do these look like long bunny ears to you?
Cabin interior showing siding, flooring, heater and blinds.
Renovated bathrooms with new sinks and fancy stripes.
Ana and Olivia (R-L).
Students from Stanford University visited Wingsprings in late March.
The trees are just budding.
A snapper slowly making its way between ponds.
Teach for America teachers locating an allotment stake.
We are making steady progress on the library's interior.
Wet spring storm.
DoArch students and faculty from SDSU far away.
And here they are up close!
An early May storm means ferrying visitors from the ridge.
Nearly two miles of walking trails kept mowed by this "tractor."
Just a pretty picture.
SDSU Honors College students and faculty.
College of DuPage students and faculty.
A mother killdeer faking a broken wing to protect her nest.
Can you find her nest and four eggs?
We fed around 50 in the library during our Lakota Lands & Identities traveling seminar.
Ruth, Phyllis, Kayla, Jordan and Harvey (R-L).
The Tipi Sisters at the "cairn."
And here they are in the hocoka with Abe and Corey.
View of the wicoti with only the two wall tents set up.
Bellarmine University doctoral students adding their rocks to the cairn.
Corey and Abe setting up tipis.
Mom's recliner looking a little lonely in the library.
Our container garden produced, but not too much.
The Little A doing some work.
Corey working on walls for the lower.
Corey installing the joists for the lower deck.
Cousin Roseanna and Aunt Opal.
All the way from Canada: Greg, Tegwyn, Bronwyn and Jennifer, all flanked by Corey and Abe (R-L).
Preparing to side the porch, patio and deck walls.
Corey mowing the trails.
Ominous looking clouds.
SDSU students and faculty sharing woyaksape near sunset.
Fall fog in the draws.
Fall colors all around.
Fiber optic cable being trenched into Wingsprings: That's right, fiber!
What a sunrise!
Teach for America teachers hard at work.
Looks like moss on the pond, but not sure what it really is.
SDSU weekend interns flanking Abe: Julie (R) and Kaitlyn (L).
Fall view of Wingsprings from the south.
Fascinating cloud patterns.
Corey working on the patio wall.
Cousin Glenn ciphering the roof frame he created.
Teach for America Teachers (with Kayla and Abe).
Three wild women from Rapid City--and Corey.
Picking up rocks from the road and later adding them to the cairn.
Getting ready for our mid-morning break.
Snow in November is not unexpected.
A few days later the snow is still sticking.
Cattails near the north fence.
Abe and Corey adding rocks to the quickly growing cairn.
A lone contrail streaking across the early evening sky.
The shapes of Wingsprings generate some interesting drifts.
Wintry view of Wingsprings from the southwest.
Rabbits are the original inhabitants of Wingsprings.
Corey putting finishing touches on the new patio wall.
Here he is again, this time pointing out a detail of the east library wall.
Corey and Abe taking a break on the riff riff (lower) deck.
The empty upside down carapace of an unfortunate turtle illustrates winter's harshness.