One of the four ShoBan Style tipis we made was blessed by the Elders during their dedication ceremony in 2003 (to correspond with the Lewis & Clark Centennial). Visit the Sacajawea Center.
Enjoy a meal, ride in an old-fashion wagon with our customized cover and view a colorfully painted ShoBan Style tipi we made for them. Visit the Baker Ranch.
The Center depicts pioneer migration along the Oregon Trail. Three of our items are displayed: a hand-sewn leather tipi, a Conestoga wagon cover, and an authentic tent. Visit the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
The museum uses several of the tipis we made in their outdoor exhibit during the summer months and many of our customers setup tipis we made when they attend the Annual ShoBan Pow Wow in August. Visit the Shoshone Bannock Museum.
We were honored to make several tipis for the Olympics, including the 36-footer shown here. It's the largest tipi we've made. It took many people, hours, and the use of an 18-foot scaffold to set it up. Visit the 2002 Winter Olympics website.
This exhibit depicts the Plains Indian's contributions to the surrounding area and several of the tipis we made are displayed. Visit the Buffalo Bill Museum.
The Park depicts pioneer migration through Southeastern Idaho and several of the tipis we made are on display. Visit the Massacre Rocks Park website.
We've made several tipis for the museum and one is currently in the Children's Learning Center Exhibit. Visit the Museum of Idaho.
You can spend the night in one of our custom-made tents and enjoy the experience of white-water rafting. Current pictures are not available. Visit Barker-Ewing River Trips.