Craftsmanship on Canoe Tripping

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I was looking through the DIY forum and I am continually impressed with the depth and breadth of craftsmanship on Canoe Tripping.

Strippers, wood & canvas, paddles, knife making, axes, sheaths, leatherwork, packs, boxes and assorted DIY inventions.

Y’all have some mad skills.
 
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It is nice that so many share their builds, really helps make the site interesting during the hard water months, and the southern (south of hard water) trip reports are also a big plus.
Thanks to all those who post em and comment.
 
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I was looking through the DIY forum and I am continually impressed with the depth and breadth of craftsmanship on Canoe Tripping.

Strippers, wood & canvas, paddles, knife making, axes, sheaths, leatherwork, packs, boxes and assorted DIY inventions.

Y’all have some mad skills.

Mike I find your equipment adaptations inspiring though I seemed to have lost the DIY toilet. I have the Wag Bags and the bucket and the seat.. but want to stabilize the whole affair lest I tilt over on the desert sand..

We're off to the Green May 7.
 
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