Unique wooden canoe. It was made by Eagle Scouts in Johnstown circa 1955 out of orange crate lumber following a Popular Mechanics plan. Orange crates were made of pretty good wood in those days. I got it from the former scoutmaster. It is approximately 16′ long. The canvas has been replaced, waterproofed and painted. The canoe was thereafter used only once since on a successful test in the Que. Included but not shown in photos are wooden lattice that protects the interior, paddles, life vests. Price is $999. The canoe can be seen at my home in Johnstown. Phil Saylor 814-244-1653
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Our Rendezvous is our main fundraiser to help pay for Whitewater Releases from Quemahoning Reservoir. We appreciate all of your support and donations that helped us keep the releases going in 2020 and into 2021. Our 2021 Rendezvous was a great success and will go a long way as funding for our releases. But we could still use any donations that our friends could make to make sure we can pay for future releases and maintenance costs.