The Medicine Man of Limberlost Road

The medicine wheel is the cornerstone of Native philosophy. Tim Yearington has created a large version of this teaching tool on his property on Limberlost Road.

A teacher and healer, Tim Yearington puts his philosophy to work

Story and photo by Sarah Ryeland

One night he dreams that a feather is waiting for him in the woods. Upon awakening he has a nagging feeling that he should listen to the dream, so he sets out to find the feather. He heads out, not knowing where to look.

Listening to his spirit and signs from mother earth, he searches through the woods. Just as he is about to give up, he stumbles across the beautiful feather that sits on a log, just waiting for him to pick it up.

Tim Yearington still has that feather…

Who is the medicine man?

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