|With only a 3% vacancy rate and exorbitant rents, teepees in L.A. are looking good.|
|Bear on state flag, Hollywood sign over L.A.|
|Why did you kill me after centuries?|
(National Geographic) "How Wolves Change Rivers" shows the need for apex predators.
|Sasquatch, European, black and brown bear.|
|Extinct here, let's hitch to Alaska.|
- Mudjekeewis: Spirit keeper of the west winds (native-american-totems.com) Grizzly bear (Mudjekeewis) is the Spirit Keeper of the West and is also Chief Council of all Spirit Keepers and Animal Totems. Its power is strength and introspection due to the West being the season of Autumn. West wind represents a time of strength gained from knowing oneself and a time of stability. The totem colors are blue for spiritual strength and black for looking within. The time of day represented is evening...