This video is unrated but contains material that would be considered R for brief nudity.
Deep in the West Texas hill country of Buffalo Gap, a frontiersman makes a discovery that opens his eyes to the beauty and danger of natures' hand.
Based on the Tojenkan legend as written by Clayman "WILDCROW" Harjin (1860-1932)
Harjin's magical tales first became known in the southern states in 1902 when his journals were purchased by Dutch publishing tycoon Erich Vosten-Zerr. The stories were handed down by word of mouth from Harjin's grandfather, eventually becoming one of the quintessential writings of Native American culture and mythology.
Now out-of-print, the Tojenkawa stories have been re-discovered by a new generation of storytellers the world over.
Lone Star Press 2004