December 13, 2010 at 2:12 am in The Daily Republic
The snow fell and the wind blew, but the weather wasn’t enough to halt a dozen horse riders focused on honoring men killed in the largest mass execution in American history.
“The weather doesn’t stop us,” said Peter Lengkeek, one of the riders and Crow Creek tribal council member.
Lengkeek and others started the sixth annual Dakota 38 Horse Ride in Fort Thompson on Saturday. The group traveled to a point eight miles east of Gann Valley on Saturday. Five riders rode to Woonsocket on Sunday. On Sunday afternoon, six riders from Sisseton joined the group. Continue Reading