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Artist's First Name: Age: Drawing Title or Subject: E-mail Address (to notify you if you win!!)
Yvonne   Traveler  
School Name (if any) City and State/Province Tribal Affiliation (if any)
Bonnieville Elementary School Bonnieville, KY Cherokee
Description    

She looked around the desolate landscape ... as she took a moment to reflect on what had brought her to this place and point in time. It seemed the land reflected her mood, since she felt very much alone. As she bent to pick up her pack (all she had in the world), her little braid fell forward, and she knew she was not alone ... somewhere, somehow there was someone else facing the same dilemma.

She smiled as she adjusted her pack and blanket and started back out on her path.

What did the Guardians have in store for her today?

She knew that, at the very least ... a long walk was in store for her.

 
 

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