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You're welcome Lorna! They are not a part of everyone's experience. I'm happy to find that some people are interested.
I've just had a quick look at the website Cathy - need to go back for a more thorough look. Thanks for providing the link. The totem poles are fascinating.
Thank you mpilnadyful !! You are always welcome!
So many different ways societies express themselves. Totems are fascinating. Thanks for the puzzle.
Hi Ank. Thank you for your note! I'm glad you looked at the link.
Thanks Cathy, I looked for the link. It's amazing. Very beautiful, all that details about all the poles. Love it.
Thank you Suzy! Yes, we all love the park and the totem poles!!
Your Stanley park looks like a great place. The totem poles are a fine piece of history and Native American art. Thanks for posting the web site. Will check it out.
Thank you Ank. I'm glad you like them. I do too. Some are old but some are new ... because the First Nations carvers are still making them. I added a link in the space under this picture. They give a bit of information about each totem pole.
I like them Cathy. But where do they all come from. Did they find them, or do Indians still make them, or what? The only thing I know about totem poles is that they are made by indians. And I see a lot of them at your photos.And this is a nice photo, thanks
Thank you Jim!
Beautiful photo, Cathy!