Legend part three.

   The two young lovers were found dead beneath the watery surface of the pool. Upon hearing the sad news of their discovery, the village mourned greatly for Manaho, the last blood of Chief Schenevus.

Tepee of Chief Schenevus     Since then, years have passed. It is said that even now, when twilight falls & the wind blows through Manaho Gorge, and echo in the hills still whisper, "Where you are, there too, I shall always be."

What was then a great stream is now only a trickle, but there is a huge stone at the base of the falls where the pool of water lies, which bears a great red stain. It was here that the lifeblood of Manaho & Manatee was mingled.

So ends the legend of
Chief Schenevus & Manaho Gorge.