I like watching the dancers -mainly because I can appreciate good dancing since I can't at all, I especially like watching the fancy dancers. Those guys have to be in shape and are probably ex-jocks since it takes a lot to do that dance. I also like sitting around visiting with people and occasionally I take a picture of people walking by. I did get a copy of a couple of these pictures from others. We don't make many pow-wows. My grandson Pat ko Shuk likes to dance. He enjoys pow-wows especially since he can work his Misho for cash for this and that. Another great aspect of pow-wows is testing the food and the fried bread, which is bad for us Indians, has to be eaten. We never want to insult our cooks. Also we have to buy a t-shirt to prove we was there. Most people don't give a damn if we're there or not, but the t-shirt validiates our presence.
|Pat Ko Shuk|
|Wallace Coffey. He's an battle tested politician and now does the pow-wow circuit and tells jokes as the MC. Indians like to steal other jokes when we can and pass them off as our own.|
|Derek Otero in some type of Indian pose|
|Martie Ann Mitchell in full pow-wow pose|
|Tug Wamego and Gubba Hale|
|My brother Eddie Joe and some young Potawatomi girl named Cham|