Cut and Mill the Strips. This is used to prevent bots and spam. An old percolator style coffee pot on a camp stove was used to create the steam. No motors are allowed in the park, fishing is great and the solitude and scenery become addicting. Final Steps The final steps and results of my second cedar strip canoe build. A design with a high bow and stern may require more effort to bend wood for the stems, and one where the hull wraps around the paddler more sharply called "tumblehome" can be more difficult to strip. This is an ad network.
About 3 or 4 strips per side can be attached.
Building a Cedar-Strip Canoe: The Basics