Canvassing a Canoe and an April Snowstorm

Canvassing a Canoe

I spent yesterday re-canvassing one of our 20′ wooden canoes with the help of Ray Reitze. We had to put tacks into three new ribs and make sure they were clinched before stretching the canvas. I had hoped to have some warm weather in order to move the boat outside and apply the filler, but last night we got ten inches of snow and the forecast is for it to be cool with snow flurries off and on for a few days. So it’s back to winter for a little while longer.

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