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Milo, Maine 04463
Camera may be moved during the day from canoe building, to a nice outside view from time to time.
Maybe you will see a deer or a maine moose.
Have a great day all.
 Sometimes we are out in the back room milling out cedar ribs and cedar planking.


Ask about our full size 17 foot canvas canoes.

Wew need donations to upgrade our little Bear webcam.
If you  enjoy watching our camera from day to day please feel free to donate funds to kep this alive.
Emails welcome as well.
Please feel free to email us anytime with questions ? Or anything you may want to see on camera about  canoe building . Thanks Ralph



This is our learning center, here we will learn how to build wooden canvas canoes. From  milling the raw wood into canoe planking and ribs. We  will build stems, decks, seats, gunwales, yokes, and finish each canoe with a finish. Each canoe will be handcrafted for each customer.
Join in on the fun.                                                       webcam will be on every day  8:00 am  to 5:00 pm 5 days a week.

Carlos and Maria’s home will be featured on Jersey Shore Rebuilds this fall on PBS. Here, they tell the harrowing story of how they were separated during the storm while trying to protect their family, and their home, in Point Pleasant.
Carlos added the lights to the canoe,and did a great job of hanging the canoe in his home.

http://video.pbs.org/video/2365124844/             Its a very fast view of the canoe light.
                                                     17:26  into the short video.