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Old 10-16-2005, 11:56 PM   #7
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Holley, (or anyone else with reliable info)

I'm also looking for a used, good condition, or one with easily repairable flaws, 28 foot tipi. Doesn't really matter on the style: Crow, Sioux/Cheyenne, Blackfeet....
New prices are far too high when you can find one that's used and at a good/fair price.
I have an 18 foot and a little squatty travel tipi, but for home and ceremonial uses, the 28 foot is perfect.

Hey tipi lovers: This is interesting, go to www.canvashome.com
This is a company out of Delhi, India which makes canvas tipis that can be bought in wholesale. So, if you are retailer and don't mind paying prices for overseas shipment, they have some really good prices. And, they are in fact authentic Indian tipis. But, they're also made by the real Indians........................from India.............weird.....
Anyways, in my search for the extra large size tipi, I came across this website.
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