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Ungava 1948

Discussion in 'Books, Videos, and the Like' started by Fitz, Mar 6, 2016.

  1. Fitz

    Fitz Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

  2. shelldrake

    shelldrake LOVES Wooden Canoes

    Thank Fitz. I enjoyed that, but felt sorry for the guys without head nets!

  3. mccloud

    mccloud "Tiger Rag" back on the tidal Potomac In Memoriam

    It appeared that they began the trip with 4 canoes and finished with 3. Wonder what the story was. Heavily overloaded, no life jackets. Any guesses what kind of canoes? At one place where you get a glimpse of a deck it looks like it might have a Chestnut decal on it. Tom McCloud
  4. OP

    Fitz Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

    I believe they had two "19 foot" canoes and a Folboat. There is one scene with an extra canoe at the base of some falls that I caught. It looked like a Y-stern, not unlike one my tripping bud owns (his is a Chestnut -Ogilvy "Pool"). I think it belonged to native residents near the falls though. Based on the condition of the two "19 footers", I suspected they might belong to the native guides that were on the trip. I saw a heart-shaped deck. I was guessing maybe Chestnuts, or possible native built Huron-like canoes.
  5. chris pearson

    chris pearson Michigan Canoe Nut

    Fitz, cool, very cool. Holy bugs Batman!!!!!

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