Monthly Archives: October 2007

The Quick Trail East…

After an intense and exciting time in Portland (we will be back), we had a much needed two-day reprieve in a cabin, along the pristine Coeure D’Alene River in Northern Idaho. We took long walks in the mountains, jumped between … Continue reading

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Radio Interview: Portland

The Portland Radio interview on Indian World lasted an hour and a half.  Some highlights: John Talley introducing ‘Iokepa: “Hear this man, my brothers and sisters, because his people have been through the same oppression, we have. The fortunes of … Continue reading

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From Native Heart to Native Mind…

We met John Talley at an Eastside Portland coffee shop. He overheard ‘Iokepa speaking with a friend and he was intrigued by what he heard. ‘Iokepa, for his part, was drawn to the 76 year old Iroquois with the powerful … Continue reading

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Impressions, and Expression.

For nine and a half years, the Hawaiian Islands have been my home. In that time, ‘Iokepa and I have visited the continental United States infrequently, and briefly. This time, we are here for nine full months. Return Voyage is … Continue reading

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