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Rare boat...

Discussion in 'Wood and Canvas' started by chris pearson, Nov 30, 2020.

  1. chris pearson

    chris pearson Michigan Canoe Nut

    Hey, check out the classifieds, a rare boat just came up. Not you Benson, your feelings will be hurt....
     
  2. Benson Gray

    Benson Gray Canoe History Enthusiast Staff Member

    I have no objection to your selling a Penn Yan wreck but the comment about "crappy Old Towns" doesn't seem very nice.

    Benson
     
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2020
  3. Andre Cloutier

    Andre Cloutier Firestarter. Wicked Firestarter.

    Chris, despite your delightful and illuminating elegy composed for the glory, or perhaps peddling, of that sorry Penn Yan, please remove the plastic from the cigars before smoking them. Love ya, buddy.
     
  4. OP
    OP
    chris pearson

    chris pearson Michigan Canoe Nut

    I know where you can get a Gooseberry, oh, no wait, it isn’t available.
     
  5. Andre Cloutier

    Andre Cloutier Firestarter. Wicked Firestarter.

    Scoundrel.
     
  6. Gil Cramer

    Gil Cramer The wooden canoe Shop, Inc.

    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!! That's a great rare boat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, but then again, I'm in another world. I remember when you ordered a Corona at the South Haven boat show, and I really thought you were ordering a cigar. Now that's in another world. In 2020, it is really especially wonderful living in unreality. Good luck selling your canoe. Thanks for the KF.
     
  7. Dave Wermuth

    Dave Wermuth Who hid my paddle?

    Do I have to?
     
  8. Dave Wermuth

    Dave Wermuth Who hid my paddle?

    Hey, I have the form for that canoe. Yesterday I pulled it out and have it in the workspace. I made one canoe and that what Ferdy and I used a couple/few times in Q'co. I have since sold the canoe. Now I am going to cut 3 and a half feet out of the middle to make 14 1/2' canoe. So far no irreversible cuts have been made should you want to pull a canoe off it. I also have the station mold lines on paper somewhere.
     

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