By Kristen Harding
Welcome to life on the Prairies in 1750.
Julian Black Antelope and his business partner Ruby Eaglechild--both from the Blood Reserve--are hoping the idea of giving up modern conveniences for one month to live the traditional Blackfoot way will appeal to 12 native men and women.
Black Antelope, an actor and stunt performer, is hoping to create a six-part reality television series called Tribal Quest, where participants will learn every aspect of traditional daily life and survival from Blackfoot elders.
"With a lot of reality series you're voting each other off, pitting people against each other, but this is the exact opposite," he said. "It's about working together as a tribe, the essence of how people are supposed to be doing things."