Okay, okay, we're not all Josh Gates and able to go exploring the jungles, but so far in this series, I've talked about letting the child inside you guide you into adventure, checking out documentaries and learning about subjects, going geocaching, storm chasing, exploring abandoned places and cemeteries. Julie and I are making a trip to explore some native grinding stones. I'm taking some indian flute music, dowsing rods, compasses, a tuning fork and anything else I can think of to see whether this land has phenomena or simply makes for an amazing spiritual prayer location.
There are Native locations all around the US where you can go in search of history, spirituality and experiments like ours. Let me mention some around the country you might be aware of (you can also google indian historic sites in your area):
Minnesota: Mille Lacs Museum: 12 miles north of Onamia on the southwest shore of Lake Mille Lacs (U.S. Hwy. 169).
Ohio: Sun Watch Indian Village Archaeological Site. 2301 W. River Road Dayton, OH 45418 (937) 268-8199
North Carolina: Oconaluftee Indian Village (Cherokee)
Texas: Caddo Mounds. East Texas