Sunday, April 24, 2016

Putting Up A Tepee



Sacred sage to be used for a smudge

Woodland Phlox






Goldfinch
Blue Jay





13 comments:

  1. So many good signs of spring. I'd like to go inside a tepee once. That would be something to be able to tell everyone.

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  2. Hi Steve - I had one of those for a birthday party once - aged 5 or thereabouts! My parents made it up for me ... That is fascinating to see ... as too the birds, the trees coming to life in stages ...

    What are you going to do with the Teepee now? Cheers Hilary

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  3. Great photos. That's a fabulous tepee, and I'm struck by how clean it is. We were re-enactors at one time and were grimy dirty all the while. Love the finches and phlox, too.

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  4. Cool pics...and the tent is for? Don't you be smokin' no sage...Hahaa
    hughugs

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  5. Is your tepee for a special occasion or just because you felt like it? What an undertaking but it turned out wonderfully.

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  6. My boys would like to help with the teepee I bet.

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  7. Love the picture of the white blossoms against that blue sky.
    That's a nice looking teepee

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  8. Great looking teepee. Now they sell them in some stores like Canadian tire. They are very expensive to buy. Most teepees weren't that big.

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  9. Nice photos and cool teepee.

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  10. Good job. Did it pass all the county inspection for new housing?....

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  11. Awesome. I bet that was a fun experience.

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  12. I love the first image and the one of the blossoms on the tree. The teepee looks great. Was this a community project, or is it on your farm? Your grandson would love that!

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