Who has not watched a Western movie or read a history book and thought they knew the truth about the Native American people? Much has been written in textbooks and for the silver screen about some of America’s original inhabitants. But somehow an accurate portrayal of these magnificent people has blurred through the years. After more than a century, one group in particular is still depicted as savage, war-like animals - The Apaches. For the last several years, Wesley has had the opportunity and great fortune to spend considerable time with the Apache people from both Arizona and New Mexico. And he is honored to say that he has become especially good friends with Douglas Miles, an amazing Native American artist, and his wonderful family. Wesley has personally experienced the breaking of many myths and misconceptions most Americans have come to associate with the Apaches. He has also witnessed and felt their hospitality, warmth, honor and great sense of humor. Their strength is unlike any he has ever known. To borrow the words of famed San Carlos historian Dale Miles, "We have survived as a cultural entity." With the generosity of the Miles Family and acclaimed writer Henrietta Stockel― the author of nine books on the Apache people ― we will take an in depth look at the daily lives of today's Apaches, not the Apaches erroneously described in our outdated textbooks or in Hollywood’s version of our history.