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Sunday, September 2, 2012

three tee pees

McFarland Park, Florence, Alabama, U. S. A.

These teepees are near the "regular" camping facilities in the park and can be rented for primitive camping.


http://www.visitflorenceal.com/


11 comments:

Sandra said...

did you go inside? these are cool, i would love to see what they look like looking out.

eileeninmd said...

Cool teepees. What a pretty area, did you camp here or visit? Great shot!

Terri Buster said...

Colorful! Looks like a nice spot for a picnic.

Roan said...

Beautiful colors. Very nice composition.

Maple Lane said...

Hi Amy, I've gotten behind since John's surgery. I love this photo! This is my favorite time of the year. HOpe you have a nice long weekend.

Tumblestone Handmakery said...

Ive always wanted to live in a tee pee for a summer or own a yurt - that would be so cool!
When I was young - about 5,6,7, my parents had some super hardcore hippie friends, they were Norwegian. I dont remember where they lived as I was so young, but somewhere in British Columbia. They had two small children, one my age at the time and one a couple of years younger, maybe 3 or 4 , but they lived in a Tee Pee!! For 3 years. Imagine having small children and a dog, living in a tee pee?! It's so fascinating to me. We visited them numerous times - they lived somewhere in the middle of nowhere.... all I remember is that, they were vegetarians and their names. This photo brought those memories back - Thanks for posting!!

Brian King said...

Some of the more colorful tee pees I've seen! Do they stay in place year round or just for an event?

Kathy said...

I remember the old motels along Route 66 through New Mexico that were teepee replicas. These look to be in much better shape!

Marie said...

These are wonderful! Are they part of the park, or did someone erect them just for the day? Florence, AL is a lovely area, by the way.

Rita said...

What an unexpected fine for a public park. Love the colors. We have an Indian Pow Wow or a frontier reenactment held on the riverfront here every few years. They always set up camp in Teepees or old army style tents.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Three is my favorite number! What a fun shot. Unique and colorful!