We're going to see the great Indian of Bell View Drive
No more visitors for a while.
One day after school, Martin's friends finally went to his home. There was nothing else he could have said to stop them. They were very exited to meet his grandpa
I sent your mother and sister away.
What you will hear today is only for your ears. What you will receive is only for your hands.
When they arrived, grandapa was dressed different and really impressing. Martin's friend were amazed with gradpa's stories. They were all exited and quietly listening to him.
After the bag is yours you must put a piece of prairie sage, and open when you pass it on to your son.
After they left, Martin's mom started talking to him. she thought that it wuld be better if there were no more visitors for a while. She said that grandpa loved guests, but it tires him. Grandapa wouldn admit it but it was the best for him.
The next day, grandpa called the boy to his room. It was time to give him the medicine bag. It was when grandpa started telling Martin about the great story of the medicine bag.
Grandpa opened the bag and took of a broken shell of the iron kettle, a pebble from the butte, and a piece of the sacred sage. He was suppose to put something there too. He should only open again when he pass it to his son.
After that, mom and dad took him to the hospital. Two weeks later, there was Martin alone on the lonely prairie. he put the sacred sage in the medice bag just like his grandpa told him too.