This is awesome, thanks for taking the time to put it together for us to enjoy!! My old man always tied his paddle off to his vessel with some paracord....and he still carried an extra paddle! 😆
Glad everyone is liking it. I have some new material for the I sharted thread.Best thread I've read here in some time. I keep refreshing hoping for an update.
Come on, it is not over. This was a seven day trip when I was thinking of going. BB is just setting us us for the paid link to get the rest of the story.Dam Brush Hell of a trip. Thanks for sharing the pics and like how you told the story.
I wanted to bring it home but due to its size we decided to I eave it at the bnb we stayed at.Thanks for sharing, enjoyed reading.
I hope you kept that paddle!! Wall hanger for sure.
Not quick enough when you are selling by the ounce!Glad everyone is liking it. I have some new material for the I sharted thread.
I'll wrap this up tomorrow.
Bringing extra gear is the way to go, but unfortunately due to weight and small planes, that's not always an option. Ounces add up to pounds quickly.
Yeah, but if you gotta drown, no better way than doing some cool schitt like that!Im just glad your still here to tell us about!!!! You my man are blessed!
Geez, keep up that handiwork and you might even be able to build a log home some day. 😇We both worked on the paddle until dark that night making one whole side of the log the length of the paddle flat. I woke up at six the next morning ate some oat meal and got after it. We cut the marked off paddle free from the rest of the log, put it in our vice and continued the flattening process. By 11 o'clock we had a roughed out paddle. View attachment 853754
By 4 o'clock we had a finished paddle. View attachment 853755
The next day we packed up and moved on with completed paddle View attachment 853757