Fulltiming Since January 2008 travel blog

We have stopped for the night in Browning where we plan to dry camp for the night here on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. I am not sure how much sleep we will actually get as there seems to be a lot of festive people here! Between the fireworks and the preparations for the July 10-13 North American Indian Days there is a lot of noise!

Browning information writes:

"The celebration in Browning is always held the second week in July for four days. It is an intriguing way to see authentic Blackfeet traditions. Tipis are pitched on the powwow grounds for four days of contest dancing, games, a number of sports events and socializing. Comprising one of the largest gatherings of United States and Canadian tribes, the celebration is an unforgettable experience. Once you hear and feel the mystery of the drum, see the traditional and fancy dancing, and the many proud Native people, then you will begin to understand the Blackfeet."

There is no doubt in our mind that there is a BIG celebration coming to these parts!

Happy Travels,


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