We stopped at a Nez Pearce tribe historical center at Confluence Overlook recently on the way back into Washington and got to see a great, colorful teepee get into its summer groove. The park ranger was “Summerifying” the tent, by opening the flaps and allowing air to flow in.
Only set up on nice days, the ranger told us the teepee takes 4 days to dry when wet.
Oh, the things you see on roadside adventures! Have you ever been to Spalding, Idaho?
Photos: Elizabeth Adan
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