Swung like a pendulum’s golden cord, feather gray meets a curl of smoke at sunrise. The air is crisp, the voice clear as mountain water, and the beads of light flow into the cathedral of a simple moment in the morning.
This intricate pattern honors the arrow, an important symbol among many Native American tribes. Navajo lore says that arrowheads resemble the tips of lightning bolts thrown by Thunder. In other tribal legends, they signify protection and alertness.