Susan T. Audette The OldTown Canoe Company: Our First Hundred Years
The Old Town Canoe Company The Old Town Canoe Company has a rich and diverse history now spanning a century, and its story is told here in rich and colorful...... more
The Old Town Canoe Company The Old Town Canoe Company has a rich and diverse history now spanning a century, and its story is told here in rich and colorful detail, from the earliest wood-and canvas canoes to today's sleek polymer models. Interwoven with the narratives are illustrations from the Old Town Canoe catalogs and archival photographs.
The Canoe Add-a-Seat is designed to provide an extra seat when taking an additional friend or family member in your canoe without the need to drill holes or fit...... more
The Canoe Add-a-Seat is designed to provide an extra seat when taking an additional friend or family member in your canoe without the need to drill holes or fit a permanent extra seat. Easy and quick to use then remove and store away for the next time. The Add-a-Seat is quick to use - simply push on to your gunnels, adjust the straps to get the desired height and off you go! Weighing 675gs, the Add-a-Seat can be rolled up and carried with your canoe kit so that it can be used when family or friends want to join you for a day out on the water. The seating area is made from durable Cordura and measures 44 x 26 cms providing a comfortable seat. The 4 webbing straps can be adjusted to the width of your canoe and also to adjust paddler seating height. The gunnel push on panels are each 30 cms long and will fit the following canoes. Old Town Wenonah Mad River Novacraft Pelican Coleman Selway Fisher
John Hildebrand Reading the River: Voyage Down the Yukon
Reading the River "John Hildebrand sets out in a canoe . . . to explore the great riverway of northwestern Canada and Alaska. . . . The geography is closely...... more
Reading the River "John Hildebrand sets out in a canoe . . . to explore the great riverway of northwestern Canada and Alaska. . . . The geography is closely rendered and the characters especially sharply drawn. The country is filled with mad dropouts at river fish camps, good-hearted girls in the towns, sullen natives in tumbledown villages, cranky old-timers, terrible drunks and worse moralizers who live off the w Full description
Paperback. Pub Date: April. 2010 Pages: 280 Publisher: Penguin An Astonishing WORK '- Joanne Harris. Every parent's worst nightmare became a Reality for Ian...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: April. 2010 Pages: 280 Publisher: Penguin An Astonishing WORK '- Joanne Harris. Every parent's worst nightmare became a Reality for Ian Clayton. On a Short holiday EAK in Hay-on-Wye he took HIS nine -year-old twins canoeing. and in a freak accident his daughter Billie was drowned. In a remarkably frank and vivid way. Clayton describes what happened on that spring day. his desperate attempts to save his two children. and then what it felt like two years later to come face to face with the men who hired out the canoe. But Our Billie is not a story of bitterness and recrimination. Instead it's the story of how a family attempts to come to terms with something which makes no sense at all . Through his memories of Billie and his wonderfully affectionate portrait of the small town in Yorkshire where the family has lived for generations. he weaves a story of lo...
Advantages: So much to do Disadvantages: Not much modern here
...During my time in Tallinn, I stayed at two hotels. The first one was more in the main part of the city centre but the hotel I stayed in after going to Finland and coming back was a close walk from Old Town. Until my sister and started walking the first morning from our hotel, we didn?t even really realise that there were two completely different parts to the city. After walking around the mode...
...Guides - I decided that there was so much that we had missed on our last visit. Being a World Heritage Site I was especially keen to see the Old Town, although there is much else that is also worth seeing in this city. Naturally, whilst there, we also seized the opportunity to meet the author of so many of those Wasarvian reviews that we have all read!
My wife was, initially, less than delighted...
Advantages: Free parking and no entrance fee. Disadvantages: You have to pay for each ride.
...Everyone does Disney, SeaWorld, and Universal, when they go to the Orlando area. This can be very costly, especially for a family.
Fancy a cheap few hours out, then go to Old Town in Kissimmee. You can't miss it. It has the Ferris wheel at the entrance, and that's how we would give directions. Not only can you see this on U.S.192 but it now has the 'Sling Shot' too. Two brightly illuminated...
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