The morning sun filtering through the pine trees splattered shadows across the lodge steps and the Tarahumara women setting up their impromptu crafts markets.
The young Tarahumara girl with the heart tattoo on her cheek turned away shyly when I spoke to her then turned back with a smile when I greeted her in her language. I bought a small carving of a Tarahumara women weaving for 30 pesos (about $2.50 U.S.) from her. Then another smile when I said goodbye in Tarahumara. Read at Examiner