Teepees at our summer camp
Czech Republic

Panorama of twelve typis standing during our summer camp near village Chlum. The camp was organised by Kmen Bobrů from Říčany. Kmen Bobrů is part of The Woodcraft League.

Copyright: Jan straka
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Uploaded: 25/07/2012
Updated: 13/10/2014


Tags: chlum; zbýšov; tepee; teepee; tipi; typi; summer; camp; summer camp; czech republic
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