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It’s in-tents

Jordan Johns, left, curatorial assistant, and Rebecca Macdonald, administrative assistant, show just how much fun camping can be with the displays in the Nanaimo Museum’s latest exhibit In Tents: How We Camped. The exhibit features a series of re-created ‘campsites’, where visitors explore a world of living under canvas stretching nearly a century. - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Jordan Johns, left, curatorial assistant, and Rebecca Macdonald, administrative assistant, show just how much fun camping can be with the displays in the Nanaimo Museum’s latest exhibit In Tents: How We Camped. The exhibit features a series of re-created ‘campsites’, where visitors explore a world of living under canvas stretching nearly a century.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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