The Dineh Artist, Robert Maryboy went on a hunting trip. Grandfather Hosteen Maryboy shared a hunting story, how the
old way of traditional hunting is performed.
Mother Earth provides the gift of life. It provides wild game like; elk, deer, fish, and rabbit. Different herbs are
collected and used inside the sweat lodge. This ritual ceremnony is performed for four days. After the wildlife is obtained,
the skins are tanned and the meats are split from bone and dried They are then packed on horse back and all head for home.
The antlers and bones are placed back in the mountains where the spirit of the wildlife roams. Mother Earth will provide
more wildlife for the Dineh People.
Be thankful for the gift of Mother Earth and live long. Dineh people maintain the spiritual qualities that they find
in every mountain, desert, river, stream and animal is encompassed by the Great Spirit and Mother Earth.