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Summer Camp 2013 Woodcraft League, Blackbird creek.
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Teepee Thomas and Barbara. Indian Summer camp in 2013, the League of Woodcraft camp at Kosi creek, Czech Republic. All equipment in the teepee is handmade or antique ... hm moment ... Of course, in addition to a live dog :o)

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