Rabbitstick Rendezvous
Rexburg, Idaho
September 11 - 17, 2005


© Dick Baugh 2005

Albert, Patty and Hawk discuss their fiber workshops to the participants at the Rabbitstick event.


© Dick Baugh 2005

Dino Labiste and Sue Witmore present their tule ethnobotany classes to the audience:
tule mats, tule duck decoy, tule visors, tule baskets, tule cordage and knife sheaths made from cattail leaves.


© Dick Baugh 2005

There were various primitive and wilderness skill classes being offered at Rabbitstick Rendezvous. Workshops from brain tanning, pottery, handling llamas, pine needle basket making, wood carving, bow making, flintknapping and more.


© Dick Baugh 2005

Even the children got an opportunity to participate in learning primitive skills. The children workshops were a big hit. Instructors volunteered their free time to teach the next generation.




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Rabbitstick Rendezvous is one of the largest and oldest of the comtemporary primitive skills gatherings. This premier event focuses on primitive technology. To learn more about Rabbitstick Rendezvous and Winter Count, access the webpage http://www.backtracks.net/


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