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Feather Canoes is the home of the Wee Lassie, a Classic Cedar Strip Solo Canoe as Designed by Master Woodworker Henry A. "Mac" McCarthy, author of "Featherweight Boatbuilding". Feather Canoes offers full size patterns and Mac's How-To book to enable even the novice boat builder to successfully build their own featherweight canoe.
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Here's another place we really enjoy. It's in an area of Florida that isn't too well known. North of St. Pete and Tarpon Springs there are two well known springs: Wekki Watchee and Homassassa. Both of these are developed. The Chassahowitzka is a short, spring...

If you are in the Orlando area, try spending an hour or so on Rock Springs Run. Just outside of Longwood, which is northeast of Orlando on I-4. You can access the run at Kelly Park, which is where the run starts. A neat, clean...

Stephen Foster State Park, Fargo Stephen Foster State Park is on the west side of the Okefenokee Swamp. The park is located on a spit of higher land that extends back into the swamp, called the pocket. Canoe access to the actual swamp is via a...

The stretch of the Myakka River we paddle the most is between the upper and lower lakes. It is only a couple of miles long, but the river twists and turns and the scenery constantly changes. In places it is too narrow to turn a...

The Cedar Keys are a cluster of small islands located on the West Coast of Florida, about 50 miles southeast of Gainsville. This is a neat area to canoe. There are numerous small estuaries leading back from the bay. The East Pass of the Suwannee...