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...perfect form of this light but long lasting construction amazes with proportions. With its poles sticking out, it opens up for the magic of the universe. The universe, revealed in colors and symbols, permeate into interior through mystic fire in the middle. The sacred fire, giving Indians and us light, warmth, sense of security and finally joy that comes thanks to closeness of friend. Smell of smoke, comfortable beddings and lack of disturbing mosquitoes allow both children and adults to fall asleep easily. No one would even think of getting back to brick house, even when it rained." Beata from Silesia. A tipi home owner.
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...can prepare poles for you, following these instructions: type of wood (fir, spruce, pine) quantity: 14 pieces for a tipi length: at least 2 meters longer than a tipi. For a tipi, which is 6 meters high, the poles need to be 8 meters long. poles need to be straight and as thin as possible (diameter in its thickest point should have 8-12 cm) poles need to be peeled, tapered and smooth to the touch Smoke flaps During different weather conditions you can change their position. Inside Liners Inner liners - is a layer of a material, 2 meters high, spread all around tipi. At the bottom it is attached to the ground (floor) and at the top it is tied to the thread around the poles. Attaching system prevent worms inside the Tipi. Liners warms tipi up and prevents from being seen from outside. Ozan An ozan -...
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