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Acorn grinding holes found at Los Padres National Forest, California.



Bear carving
© D. Baugh 1998-2003




Hoof pin cushion. The bones were removed and then filled with wood shavings.
© B. Gillis 1998-2003



Dick Baugh's alter ego - the Claw.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003



Dino Labiste's twined quiver made out of tule.
© D. Labiste 1998-2003



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