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  1. " Sipsey " My First Cedar Strip Canoe

    I had her off the trailer this weekend while it carried my red cedar canoe to the Paint Rock River so I thought I would get some pictures. She's built by Gil Gilpatricks Puddle Duck Plan. Gil states in his book Building A Strip Canoe that he's a "big" canoe man. I respect this but at my age...
  2. Red Cedar Strip Canoe

    I built this canoe from storm downed red cedar and red oak milled with a chainsaw mill. She's my baby, 11' 7" in length. Easy to carry, a dream on the water. She's built from Gil Gilpatrick "puddle duck" forms from a previous build with some forms omitted and the spacing modified to achieve...
  3. 16' Cedar Strip Canoe And Matching Paddles

    Here is another canoe. Once again it is done with plans from Building A Strip Canoe, by Gil Gilpatrick. This is the Wabnaki model, and is 16' long. It's three feet wide in the center, 12" deep, and weighs around 65 pounds. If you would like more information and a whole bunch of pictures, I did a...
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    As I continue to build my new shop I have many questions. Today the question is: is it easier for a fan to push or to suck air trough a filter? Or does it make no difference? The reason for my question is that ,as some of you already know, I want to install my dust collector and my air...
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