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Honoring Those Who Have Passed

Joe Dabil

Joe Dabil
This past year our friend and main Wilderness Skills and Bow and Arrow instructor passed away. Joe taught our classes for 20 years. He was an amazing craftsman. His primitive skills were amazing and his flint knapping skills were simply the best.
Joe was an artist of skills and an amazing and patient teacher. He was always there for his students. He was a kind and caring person and it showed through his love of nature.
Joe was a man of honor. In the 20 years we worked together he gave his best to the school and to me. His word was gold.

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Goodbye to Our Sacred Peacekeeper

riley

This year we lost Riley, our wolf dog. Riley was the definition of what Headwaters is. He was wild, but not too wild. He was loyal. He loved all dogs and people. He was a peacemaker. He was beautiful and mysterious. Riley brought true, raw spirit to our land and camp. He protected and cared for Julie, and lived with her after Bear died. He was a sacred friend.

Thoughts for 2014 from Tim

Portrait of Tim and Tank

Tim shares his goodbye to Tank and thoughts for the New Year.

Farewell Jack and Bear

We have some sad news to share with you, but feel it’s important that you know. Some of you already know that Tim’s dad, Jack, passed away a few weeks ago. (1/17/10) He had a stroke and passed away 5 days later. Tim was able to be with him when he passed, and held him and helped him Journey to where he was heading. Knowing someone is going to pass and experiencing someone passing are two very different places to be, and Tim is struggling a bit with his loss.

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