Rabbitstick Rendezvous
Rexburg, Idaho
September 11 - 17, 2005


© Dick Baugh 2005

Everyone shared their expertise and collection for viewing.


© Dick Baugh 2005

A river race using modern fiberglass canoes, birch bark canoes and kayaks.




More photos of Rabbitstick Rendezvous can be seen at http://www.neoanderthal.com.

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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