Tonight we will stay in Wyoming to look at the companion piece to last night's legend, the Origin of the Buffalo. As always, this tale explains a lot in a short time. I hope that find it interesting because our next stop is Colorado and I have no idea what we will find there. Have a great Wednesday!
HOW THE BUFFALO HUNT BEGAN
The course was long, around a mountain. The swiftest buffalo was a cow called Neika, "swift head." She believed she would win and entered the race. On the other hand, the people were afraid because of the long distance. They were trying to get medicine to prevent fatigue.
From that day forward the Cheyennes began to hunt buffalo. Since all the friendly animals and birds were on the people's side, they are not eaten by people, but they do wear and use their beautiful feathers for ornaments.