Our used canoes will be available for sale… Our Used Canoes Are Sold Out For 2016 We would like everyone who attended our Used Canoe sale. Due to incredible demand, we have sold out of our 2016 used for-sale canoes. We will only be making more used for-sale canoes available for our Spring 2017 sale. Starting Saturday May 7th 2016 at 8:00 AM Our Souris River Ultralight 16ft Kevlar canoes are always in demand. They weigh only 42lbs and are …
FAVORITE! Fortcross Wilderness Education in the San Bernadino Mtns - educate, inform, and experience God's amazing creation through the use of hands on activities, including day camps, camping, archery, pottery, nature hikes, plant and animal ID'ing, primitive fire making, campfire sing-a-longs, folk dancing, gold panning/mining, candle dipping, cider pressing, hayrides, horse/donkey care, Native American studies, acorn grinding, bow/arrow making, dug out canoe, tomahawk throwing.
Before the Fur Trade, Aboriginal peoples used canoes to navigate the rivers, streams and lakes of northern Saskatchewan. Made entirely of local materials, these small birchbark canoes were light enough to portage the rapids and land connecting these rivers and lakes. Removing birch bark for a canoe, 1935. Saskatchewan Archives Board R-A4047
This post is dedicated to reusing old wooden boats. Old boats can be used for a variety of wonderful projects, such as old boat doorway, boat sandbox, old boat outdoor kitchen, boat swing bed and so on. Continue reading you will find many more old boat creative… Shelf with old boat or canoe. Garden planter from […]