Colorado River Boater Amulet
This sterling silver Colorado River Boater's Amulet measures 1 3/8" H x 5/8" W and comes with a 30" natural leather cord.
This sterling silver paddle blade amulet was designed and created by Idaho bolosmith/river guide JC Caccia. One side is a replica of an Anasazi petroglyph located at Grand Gulch in So. Utah. This image represents an important aspect of any river trip, the group dynamics. It also illustrates the guide's / boatman's role in connecting people and creating an atmosphere for meaningful interaction. The other side is an original design that depicts the four major elements; earth, wind, fire, and water, all present and dancing with the time along the Colorado River and its tributaries.
This amulet was made to attract good energy. In order to facilitate any amulet's potential, the wearer must participate in a conscious manner. Maintaining the mechanical and physical aspects of boating, paying attention, and being prepared also work hand in hand to enhance any amulet's protective qualities. May this amulet remind you to be respectful, courtesy, responsible, and active in protecting the river environment and all creation.
What is an AMULET? According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary: am·u·let | \ ˈam-yə-lət : An ornament, gem, scroll or a package containing a relic, etc., worn as a charm or preservative against evils or mischief, and often inscribed with a magic incantation or symbol. Synonym. – Charm, protection. See talisman.