Join our Tiyospaye to Honor Ina Maka and to Pray for Healing for all the Nations

Florissant Chanku Luta Inipi (Red Road Sweat Lodge)
Florissant Chanku Luta Inipi (Red Road Sweat Lodge)
Public group

The Lodge and tipi in Indian Creek

1230 Pathfinder Rd. · Florissant, CO

How to find us

Make sure to zoom in on the Google map to see that the rt turn off CR3/Wildhorn Rd before it becomes a dirt road is Arapahoe Creek Trl, NOT Pathfinder Rd, or follow the "Alternate Directions" as posted on the Message Boards (my preferred way home).

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Details

***If you're using the phone app, you'll only see a small portion of our site, so here's how to get access to the Message Boards to access the posts 'Hau Mitakolas and Welcome New Members' and the 'Alternate Directions', as well as most or all of the other pages, using a smart phone:

Log in to meetup.com (the mobile website, NOT the app)
Visit our group
Under the title and location info, swipe left
Tap on 'More' tab (or 'Events' if you want info on this Inipi)
Select 'Message boards' in pop up menu
Click on the message that you'd like to read***

Hope that you're all doing well and enjoying the beautiful Colorado weather; it still feels like Spring! This will be a Health and Help Lodge, and we only have Open Ceremonies, so all are welcome to join us. One of my younger brothers will be in town and will be joining us, and might have a couple of guests as well. If you're new to Inipi or to Chanku Luta Inipi, please read the post 'Hau Mitakolas and Welcome New Members' that is on the 'Message boards' before RSVP'ing and attending (as well as asking any invited guests to do so as well), in which you'll find what I refer to as Inipi protocol/etiquette (all Inipi are Sweat Lodges, not all sweat lodges are Inipi) as well as a lot of other pertinent info. If you had any questions or concerns before reading this, most should be answered, but if not, let me know and I'll get back to you ASAP. I'll prepare the Inyans on Sat afternoon, when it's warmer (hopefully), and I'll be out at the Lodge Sunday to finish the preparations around 8:15am, light the Fire around 9:00, we'll load the Chanuppa(s) around 11:30, and crawl in to Pray around noon (all times are Indian Time/Later O'clock). You're welcome to come out at any time to help with the final preparations +/or the lighting of the Fire, tie your Prayer Ties, or just sit around the Fire and drink Pejuta Sapa. I will show you how and have everything that you'll need if you want to tie Prayer Ties but have never done so before, and if you've already tied your Ties once or more, please bring Red 100% cotton cloth, string, and Tobacco for your 14 or 21 Ties, and arrive in time to tie your Ties before we load the Chanuppa(s). I think that Eileen is tying the 100 Red Ties and 7 Robes for this Lodge even if she can't make it (she might be having her hip replacement surgery soon, so please keep her in your Prayers), but if you would ever like the Honor of tying the 100 Red Ties (or 14 each of the 7 colors, starting with Blue, then Green, Purple or Lavender, Black, Red, Yellow, White, then 1 Purple or Lavender and finishing with 1 Red) +/or the 7 Robes, please let me know. I do send a follow up email with any updates the Friday prior to Inipi to all who have RSVP'd 'YES', and also post it on the Message Boards, so please RSVP if you know that you're coming, and if you RSVP after Friday morning on 12/6, check the Message Boards for any updates. Hope to see you all here, and wicozani waste' till then.

***If you've RSVP'd that you're attending but your plans change, please let me know so that we don't wait for you to arrive before loading the Chanuppa(s).***

Mitakuye Oyasin
Uncle Dennis
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No cell service out here, and my cordless phone has no reception at the Lodge, but either email me or leave a message if you need to speak with me, and I'll get back to you ASAP, but email is always best!