It's summer 1998, but I feel like I've gone back in time 150 years to join the Southern Arapaho Indians on their vision quest. I'm at Gold Lake Mountain Resort & Spa in Ward, Colo., sitting on top of a rock outcropping that was sacred to the Arapahos, watching the sun rise over a deep blue jewel of a lake. In front of me are gently rolling hills and a few teepees. Behind me are the snowcapped peaks of the Continental Divide. It doesn't get much better than this.