The Great Mystery planted a sacred tree -
which represented the animals, plants and trees and their sharing/caring ways.

They give themselves to humans as food, shelter and clothing.

Children sit in the south.

The spirit soars on the breath of warm winds.

The connecting stones in the Southern position represent

The South entrance to the Medicine wheel arch
was built for our daughters wedding.
Cedar branches were placed on the top of the arch.

A perennial garden was made by John with climbing plants
to someday cover the arch with blooms.

Many other items of special meaning and natural origin
were placed on the arch by different people.

This is the South side of the Medicine Wheel
as you come in from under the arch.

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April 2006