Cleveland Metroparks sponsors a day-long event called “Winteriffic” every year at the Chalet in the Mill Stream Run Reservation near Strongsville, OH. My role was to interpret to the public techniques of surviving in a wilderness situation in the winter. Here’s how it went.
This blog focuses on making a primitive bow. I deal with the bowstring and primitive arrow in other blogs
Indian Trails and Towns in Ohio from Archeological Atlas of Ohio, 1914. Published at Transportation History Sources, RailsandTrails.com
Using short talks and demonstrations, I explain to people how Native Americans lived, survived, and thrived for thousands of years before the arrival of white settlers in North America.
One year, I attended a pow-wow at Atwood Lake in Ohio and asked a Native American to explain an item she was selling. She explained that it was a directional choker. She said, “When you educate people about our culture, tell them about the four colors.”
Tom Romito is an interpreter of Native American Culture, a facilitator of organizations who want to grow, and a Reiki practitioner dedicated to helping people heal. Tom shares stories and skills to help you energize your world.