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  1. A Kayak for the wife - also a cedar strip boat

    Last September I finished a kayak that I built to use, even though I'd never been in one. (check my last project I posted) After numerous outings trying to do simple things like getting into it, my wife and I took a Kayaking class at the local college. It then started being fun and I had told...
  2. Douglas Fir and Mahogany Canoe (15' Hiawatha)

    I started this project a couple of years ago and have since went back to college so it has been slow going but I am finally taking a summer off so I got it finished up just in time to launch on father's day. Hull is Douglas Fir with African mahogany gunwales, seats and thwart decks with wenge...
  3. Cedar Strip Canoe Paddles

    Finally found the time to post these up. I made these earlier this summer. I used some leftover strips from the last canoe build so they are all white cedar with the exception of a "cross" of hardwood in the center of each paddle for added strength. The hardwood cross is made from White Birch I...
  4. Cedar strip canoe

    This was her maiden voyage to Long Lake, It took just under a year to build and I am addicted to cedar strip building, I have a kayak I am working on now.
  5. Cedar Strip Canoe

    This is my third canoe. I used western red cedar strips 1/4×3/4 bent around forms on a strongback, edge glued and held together by statples until dry, then pulled the staples, sanded, sheathed it with polyester fiberglass, added the seats, gunnels and presto - a canoe is born. I built this in...
  6. Cedar strip canoe

    I build this strip canon 2 years ago If you'd like to know the details about how I build it: I have a detailed blog about it here: http://rogerxue-eim.blogspot.com/2015/03/wee-two-wooden-strip-canoe.html
  7. Cedar Strip Kayak

    Last May I decided to build a kayak after building a ice boat over the winter and then finding that one needs good knees and an ability to push the ice boat and jump in, neither of which I can do any longer. A kayak sounded more sedate and would also be a challenge to build. It was a...
  8. Cedar Strip Canoe

    This is my 16' Peterborough Cedar Strip Fiberglass/Epoxy canoe. I built this over a few months back in 2004. Since this is the biggest project I've tackled, I thought it would be a good one to start with. I'm in the process of fully documenting the project from start to finish on my blog if...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    The charity is for my friend and her daughter. Her daughter had a seizure at three months old that left her with partial blindness and partial hearing lost and they had to amputate her foot due to problems stemming from circulation. it also left her mentally handicapped. I'll post the Facebook...
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