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The Kumeyaay Kitchen

The natives here were the Kumeyaay Indians, also known as Tipai-Ipai which were from the Kamia or Diegueno Tribes that inhabit the area. The photos below show their kitchen. Right along a natural stream. What better place to prepare food!

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    • Oh those trees. Old forest wood, I love them. So much character, oh if they could only speak. You might not ever want to visit here, as this was my last time to this area. You will find out why in my next post Felicita Creek.

  1. VERY cool Kim. I guess what better place for kitchen tan where the acorns are. And water.
    The oak tree: They provide timber for building, oak sticks for fuel, and oak acorns for food and fodder.
    Looking forward to the next episode.

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