As builders and designers of fine wooden boats, all our wooden canoes, wooden kayaks and small craft are hand built, easy to paddle and are unique works of art. Each wooden boat is meticulously built from cedar strips, with accents of mahogany, maple, ash and other exotic woods. We put the freedom of choice and control in your hands.
Canoe Repairs: Copper Canyon Canoe can repair or rebuild virtually any part of a cedar and canvas canoe. If your canoe needs a minor or major repair please feel free to contact us. Fiberglass Repairs: Copper Canyon Canoe does fiberglass repairs to most any type of boat.
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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. The eco-friendly wooden boards made by Randy Weflen's Wefi Surfboards will last decades. Randy Weflen readies a steamed and bent strip of wood for one of his hand-crafted surfboards.
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Last summer I came across this antique cedar strip beauty, owned by a gentleman living in Shawnigan Lake, BC. Before the advent of canvas covered canoes, European builders tried replacing the original birch bark canoe in various ways. However, matching both the perfect lines and light weight of the native built boats, proved quite a challenge.
We really appreciated the recognition and celebration of Aboriginal culture at Tin Wis last June. We stopped by and had an amazing traditionally cooked salmon dinner as well as learned how to fold with cedar bark strips to make a rose. It was a lot of fun!
Explore more artifacts by. Their traditional way of life made use of the abundant natural resources of the area and involved farming and harvesting a variety of materials all year round. Basket making was a necessary and artistically prized skill in the Salish tradition. This basket is an unusual example of traditional cedar weaving techniques.
Vendor's are located in both Triangle Square and Market Courtyard. Explore the Festival site and join wooden boat enthusiast's to celebrate our marine heritage, culture and craftsmanship. Vendor's include tools, craftsman, and marine related groups.