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"Camp Along The Timbercreek"

A lone Comanche brave overlooks his camp in Palo Duro Canyon. The Comanches called the Palo Duro "Sacred Canyon" and for a good reason. It was heaven on earth to their people. It had unlimited timber and water. It sheltered them from the wind, and there was abundant wildlife and buffalo. The Palo Duro provided them everything needed.


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