Scout – Atsina, 1908. Caption: "The scouts of the Atsina, carried a wolf-skin which they used in waving signals to their chief. That which is apparently hair-ornamentation, standing high above the head of the subject, is in reality coarse stalks of grass, indicating that the wearer is a scout. The origin of the custom was in the practice of scouts to wear on their head thick masses of grass, which enabled them to peer over hilltops without being discovered by the enemy."
I'd get two, one for myself and one for my grandma. Not only is she a HUGE part of my life and we are super close, but she also suffers from congenital heart disease. If something happens to one it also happens to the other! I love her so much!