Sitka Conservation Society

totempole

Posted on July 3, 2014 by Anna · Full size is 900 × 600 pixels

Tommy travels to other islands in the southeast to find the red cedar he will use for a totem pole project.  Sometimes it takes as long as a year for the wood to arrive after he has selected the tree.  This project rests outside of his shop.

Tommy travels to other islands in the southeast to find the red cedar he will use for a totem pole project. Sometimes it takes as long as a year for the wood to arrive after he has selected the tree. This project rests outside of his shop.

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