Tipis and tents dot the countryside near the Cannonball River, in south central North Dakota.
The river divides Morton County from the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. And it is the home for people protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
All you hear is prayer and song, and an occasional drumbeat. The protestors are celebrating the decision by the US Departments of Justice and Interior, and the Army Corps of Engineers, to ask that construction be stopped. It is a change from last weekend, when things became violent.