The lone cowboy is most at home between the majestic peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Twisting and turning his iron horse along the mountain passes, letting time stand still. Last night’s snow brings a fresh disposition to his weary spirit.
The mineral waters of Hot Sulphur Springs appear before him. History reminds him that the Ute Indians believed in the healing powers in these waters, calling them “big medicine” and “magic waters”.
He feels the blessings of the Native Indians as his skin soaks in the minerals, absorbing the power of the earth deep into his pores, his mind, his very essence of being.
Ready to rise up and face another day.