Here are a few images I scanned in, more to follow.  
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Below is the enormous "Dunn Cow Inn" pavilion.  It was 50 feet wide by 90 feet long and had 144 poles supporting the roof.  Inside it was divided into individual 6 foot by 12 foot sleeping quarters, eating / entertainment area, and the kitchen.  For a small pittance, you could get your private sleeping quarters, 3 hot meals a day and all exciting entertainment you could handle.

Here is Duncan preparing another wonderful feast in the kitchen.

 

Duncan, Robert and (unknown) reminiscing over yesterday's battles.  Many wars were planned out over these tables.

 

Little Alatan (Duncan and Caressa's daughter) helps her father set up the Dunn Cow.  She was a valuable member of the setup crew, especially when it came time to dispense all those tent stake to the other workers. 


 

 
 

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