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American River Foraged Dream Catcher

Coloma, United States

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Experience hosted by Jamie

90 mins
Includes equipment
Up to 6 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

First off we'll gather in the parking lot at Dave Moore's nature area equipped with handicapped porta potty and trail map. after introduction I will point out a few of the things surrounding the parking area I will describe the surroundings and what nature brings in the immediate location after that we will start our lovely stroll on a packed sand gravel walkway equipped for handicapped and challenged. It is a 1-mile loop to the river and back to the parking lot. We will collect are ring for the base of a dreamcatcher I will share its properties along our trial trail I will also point out a few of nature's edibles and medicinals. I will describe and explain what's sinue is which I will have a synthetic sinue which will be the web of our dreamcatcher. We can collect trinkets along the way like stones and feathers for the fringe. At the river we will assemble our dream catcher and adfix the remaining favors. In addition to I will be giving some mug Wort other known as the dream herb to attach to our lovely dream catcher.
Other things to note
During some seasons there may be rattlesnakes on the trail so be wary where you step. The river fluctuates with the releasing of the damn water to accommodate the rafters. Water levels fluctuate frequently on a daily basis and quite sudden.
First off we'll gather in the parking lot at Dave Moore's nature area equipped with handicapped porta potty and trail map. after introduction I will point out a few of the things surrounding the parking area I will describe the surroundings and what nature brings in the immediate location after that we will start our lovely stroll on a packed sand gravel walkway equipped for handicapped and challenged. It is a 1-mile loop to the river and back to…

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What's included

  • Equipment
    Feathers
    Synthetic sinew
    Beads
    Yarn
    Lace leather
From $50
/ person
No dates available

Meet your host, Jamie

Host on Airbnb since 2019
  • 2 Reviews
  • Identity verified
Hi there my name is Jamie. I have Shoshone heritage and my husband has miadu. I'm 37 my husband is 39 together since 14-16 yrs old. With that said I have been raised with nature and some knowledge of the gifts nature brings. I love to ground my energy with the earth walking barfoot. I am a Heyoka a native American word for sacred clown. I can image/ reflect your true self to align you with what is needed at that time. My knowledge is info passed down from family, websites and book resources. My mission is to help people connect with nature and God. Healing starts with alignment of your energy to the Earth's. I will bring the community together to learn about the energy/vitality and health benefits that plant and animal life brings you. I will share my knowledge and show examples of the featured subject's.
Hi there my name is Jamie. I have Shoshone heritage and my husband has miadu. I'm 37 my husband is 39 together since 14-16 yrs old. With that said I have been raised with nature and some knowledge of the gifts nature brings. I love to ground my energy with the earth walking barfoot. I am a Heyoka a native American word for sacred clown. I can image/ reflect your true self to align you with what is needed at that time. My knowledge is info passed down from family, websites and book resources. M…
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Where you'll be

Community room Holiday market cool ca
When raining and available.
Lots of chairs free WiFi restrooms wheelchair accessible big flat screen tv. Not available yet

2 reviews

Kamryn
February 2020
This is a once and a lifetime experience. If you love the outdoors, you love to learn about nature and are interested in Native American culture this is an absolute must! Jamie and I immediately connected and I felt at ease with her. There is so much more about this experience that involves connection I knew from beginning I was going to love it and her! She is knowledgeable, kind and brings a sense of calm and peace most of us just don’t get in our daily lives . It’s a chance to disconnect to reconnect . It’s a wonderful experience and would recommend this to anyone looking for a deeper connection to earth, and their center or has a passion for Native American culture .
This is a once and a lifetime experience. If you love the outdoors, you love to learn about nature and are interested in Native American culture this is an absolute must! Jamie a…
Mike
January 2020
Jamie was incredibly personable. She explained different herbs and plants on the hike to the amazingly beautiful lake. She lets you make it your own and your dream catcher is one of a kind

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Things to know

Cancellation policy

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Government ID

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Guest requirements

Up to 6 guests ages 10 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

What to bring

Water bottle snack or lunch