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I've been to Namamu a couple times, many years back, on volunteer maintenance trips with my family. It's a beautiful place. Don't remember the buildings too well, except that they were right for the place.

There's some good pictures of the restoration of one of the camp's building on portlandcampfire.org's website: Uncle Toby's Photo Gallery. I'd guess this is one of Belluschi's buildings. It's big...the building's roof extends to cover spacious walkways on the building's perimeter. Simple, graceful, beautiful.

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