Ke-mo sah-bee (pronounced kē′·mō·sâ′·bē; often spelled kemo sabe or kemosabe) is the term of endearment used by Tonto in the radio and television program The Lone Ranger, said to mean "trusty scout" or "faithful friend" in Potowatomi. Fran Striker, the writer of the Lone Ranger scripts, said the actual expression was Ta-i ke-mo sah-bee, which he said meant "greetings trusty scout".
In this case, it is a word to describe the overall vibe of the Lodge. Good friends and good times.
The Geronimo painting was a gift to us from Joe. Cool fuckin gift. Thanks, Joe.