This is where the medicine men throw lightening. Its name is Swalalahoost. From a distance, far from it’s true qualities, it’s referred to as Saddle Mountain. [Read More]
About Roberta Basch
Roberta Basch -- along with her husband, Richard, and their four children -- was born and raised in the Northwest Tribal Culture. Sharing this beautiful culture for the benefit of mankind, the animals, the plants, water and earth has been her deepest desire. She helped to create and acted in "The Clatsop Winter Story" that plays daily at the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, and she acted in "Jefferson's West," a story of Lewis and Clark. She co-authored "Lewis and Clark through Indian Eyes" and "The Journey of the Clatsop-Nehalem Canoe." She also serves as cultural advisor to the Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes, and facilitates cultural workshops through the Tribe.