Growing up, my nicknames were “squaw Bitch” and “Indian Nose” due to my part Native American heritage.
It was another hour to get to squaw at that time, on a tough road.
“There are lots of hard-core skiers at squaw, and KT-22 is their territory,” Jonny continued.
Season: squaw generally opens on Thanksgiving and remains in operation through the end of April.
Any discussion of squaw Valley will eventually shift to KT-22 and its environs—“the Mothership,” in local parlance.
squaw Creek's clear, pellucid, snow-fed stream runs purling, babbling or roaring and foaming by to the right.
I returned to the squaw River and spent the half of another year up there.
But squaw Valley had another epoch, which it was hoped would materially and forever destroy its quiet and pastoral character.
For an hour he rode and came to the junction of Mill Creek and the squaw.
squaw Charley hastened back to the shingle roof for an armful of fuel.
"American Indian woman," 1630s, from Massachuset (Algonquian) squa "woman" (cf. also Narraganset squaws "woman"). "Over the years it has come to have a derogatory sense and is now considered offensive by many Native Americans" [Bright]. Widespread in U.S. place names, sometimes involving a translation of local American Indian words for "woman."
To be honest with someone; come clean: You need to square with her about the intrusions