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Epilogue to Vol. 1: To Be Continued!

We’ve poured over the trail maps, charted our route, acquired permits, trained the string, honed our skills with test rides, got everyone in position, began provisioning in earnest, and sent the first scouts down the trail.  We’re as ready as we’ll ever be—it’s time to Saddle Up and hit the trail.  Please join us! 
During the September Stampede pledge drive, we'll be asking everyone we know to   s t  r   e   t    c     h     on behalf of Ekone.

Now that you have all the information, please talk to your family and financial advisors, think about who you know, and consider carefully how you might be able to help Ekone Ranch survive and thrive long into the future!

We'd love to have a personal conversation with you to talk about how you can help--and we'll be making hundreds of personal phone calls throughout September.  Ready to schedule that conversation, or simply raise your hand in support of this work?  Please jot your name down HERE and we'll follow up!
And stay tuned for future (shorter!) editions of Straight from the Saddle, for breaking news, trail reports, adventure tales, and celebration of milestones and landmark victories.  
Did you miss any of the adventure thus far?  Here's a recap:
Chapter 1: The Reason for the Journey
Chapter 2: Where We're Going
Chapter 3: The Trail Map
Chapter 4: Provisioning for the Journey
Chapter 5: Truth-Checking
Chapter 6: The Dusty Trail Behind Us
Chapter 7: How Many Cowpokes Does it Take to Saddle Up?
Chapter 8: Route Scouts

Sacred Earth Foundation stewards 1,133 acres in the upper Rock Creek watershed, and is the home of Ekone Summer Camps and White Eagle Memorial Preserve.

www.ekone.org  ~  www.naturalburialground.org
509-773-4536 ~ sacredearth@ekone.org


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