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Carvings made by Bob Gillis:
Top left - Woodpecker spoon carved from maple
Top right - Close up of spoon handle
Bottom - Wooden comb
© B. Gillis 1998-2003



Fishing license holder attached to a pine nut / Washington clam shell bead necklace.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003



Gathering sedge rhizomes with a digging stick. The rhizomes were then washed at the water's edge.
Notice the fire hardened tip of the mountain mahogany digging stick.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003



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