canoes have literally traveled the world including Hawaii,
Florida, Montana, Wisconsin, Ohio and throughout Canada.
For example, in 1998, Tom built with Ian and Sally Wilson a 17-foot
Algonquin canoe for their epic 1,600-mile canoe adventure following
the path of the voyageurs through northern Canada, which was documented
in their book Wilderness Journey.
In 2002, two Norwegians used a 16-foot Chippewa birchbark canoe
built by Tom on a 30 day paddling expedition on the Thelon River,
you have attended a fur trade reenactment in the northeastern
U.S., you may have seen one of Tom's Abenaki canoes on the water.