chickee


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chickee

(tʃɪˈkiː)
n
a thatched building on stilts with open sides which was the customary home of the Seminole Indians
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The only permits issued over the phone are for visitors coming in from the south, camping on North Nest Key, Little Rabbit Key, Shark Point Chickee and Cape Sable.
The chickee style of architecture - palmetto thatch over a cypress log frame - was born during the early 1800s when Seminole Indians, pursued by U.
Stay overnight at Everglades in a traditional thatched Chickee hut for about pounds 24 a night.
Chickee when their dog Rodney Rodent vanishes and they try to find him before the Oops-a-Daisy clock hits zero.
Between each pair of courts was a grassy alleyway complete with a chickee hut--the ingenious palm-thatched, open-sided shelter the Seminole Indians had devised as homes to provide maximum comfort in hot swampy conditions.
I can't choose to go out in the agricultural area and live in a chickee because of my race," Norris said.
Students also constructed replicas of the longhouse, chickee, and wigwam.
The casino also offers the Sunset Grill, located in an outdoor traditional chickee.
The kids can enjoy the sprawling sandlot and the cornhole boards; the parents can enjoy the huge chickee hut lit up like Christmas.
Some of these campsites have chickee huts or are beach sites and others are ground sites.
8221; While touring in Florida, Charron stayed in a chickee hut on the Seminole Indian Reservation in the Everglades for several days while performing at Big Cypress Shootout.
Edgewater has dockage, hose water on the docks, BBQ gas grills around a chickee hut, freshwater pool, trailer parking for the boats, easy access to the Atlantic and the Gulf, efficiencies, motel rooms, cottages and one suite.