If the canoe center is an embassy, then a traditional dugout canoe
is the best possible ambassador.
The far-flung lodge was a three-hour bus ride from Quito, followed by a flight from the town of Shell to the jungle, then many hours downriver by dugout canoe
It's because of that forest is still there, and because of that we have the art of canoe carving and because of that, today, I can go there in a traditional dugout canoe
and show people culturally-modified trees and we can have a traditional salmon barbecue with wild salmon.
Waterways in different parts of Australia carried different types of watercraft ranging from the dugout canoes
of northern Australia, to dugout canoes
with outriggers in northern Queensland, to the bark canoe of the Murray River, and the bundled reed boat of Tasmania.
According to plaintiff Leaf Hillman, a ceremonial leader from the Karuk Tribe, tribal members and fishermen transported two Native American dugout canoes
to Omaha where Berkshire Hathaway shareholders are meeting May 4-5.
They traveled in lightweight birch bark canoes, unlike the heavier pirogues and dugout canoes
favored by Lewis and Clark.
Native artifacts such as dugout canoes
and fish-drying racks will add to the interest and enhance the educational value of this section of the exhibit.
With winds whipping up four-foot waves, a few paddlers jumped into one of the dugout canoes
and rushed out to try to attract the whale.
A place where the Quapaw and choctaws paddled dugout canoes
, ivory-billed woodpeckers shreded bark from ancient trees, and mallard ducks rained down ahead of the first autumn blue norther.
Already Florida natives were constructing mounds and traveling in dugout canoes
They glide smoothly along a nearby tributary in dugout canoes
, the beams of their flashlights crossing and uncrossing above the murky river waters.
Soon they are joined by the children who scramble into old and cracked dugout canoes
to clean their nances with lukewarm lagoon water.