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Old 01-12-2009, 06:29 PM   #6
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I spent my Christmas in the middle of Illinois in a lbeautiful log cabin by a lake. Outside a side window I saw a full set of tipi poles leaning against a tree of what I accessed to be a 17 ft. tipi!

So I asked the owner of the cabin if those were indeed tipi poles? He said the lady next door was a Cherokee and that those poles belonged to her "medicine tipi." He added that a strong wind distroyed the flap poles and tore the lining of the tipi. But the Cherokee lady had a $1200 insurance policy on her tipi and that would cover the cost of repair.

Has anyone heard of tipi insurance?

I haven't but, and you may want to check with your insurance company, your tipi may be covered under your home owner's policy.
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