LOVES Wooden Canoes
The previous posts regarding the OTCA's performance as a tripping canoe got me wondering what the Association might say the best vintage "mass produced" tripping canoes were. Obviously the Chestnut Prospectors and Ogilvys would be included....but what others? And what is it about their construction that makes them better? I'm fairly new to this hobby/obsession after having chanced upon a 22ft Ogilvy at a swap shop.....a very solidly built (and heavy) canoe....but just a joy to load up with family and the 100 lb dog and the kitchen sink and explore rivers in.