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southold indian museum

Posted in Uncategorized by bowsprite on 2018/02/12

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Across the road from the Custer Observatory is the Southold Indian Museum. It was a dreary, cold rainy day…perfect day to draw old artifacts in a room where time stops still and ancestors quietly stand and watch.

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  1. Barbara Vischer said, on 2018/02/13 at 02:36

    Not sure about what it means: reply above, I repeat my affectionate hugs, xxx Barbara

  2. Rembert said, on 2018/02/13 at 09:41

    Ignore the explanation and this collection of muted objects becomes the epitome of a silent encounter on a late winter afternoon. In time for those, who still postpone 2018 – and great work!

  3. tugster said, on 2018/02/15 at 15:31

    Delightful pipes these are and previously associated with sending prayers skyward. http://www.native-languages.org/legends-tobacco.htm


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