dugout canoe

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Noun1.dugout canoe - a canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large logdugout canoe - a canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large log
canoe - small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle
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Some of his more intrepid overlanding includes a two-month, 8,000-mile solo trek through Southern Africa, an expedition to Venezuela's Angel Falls by foot, 4WD, and dugout canoe, and a recent longitudinal, all-dirt transect of the U.
There, partially underwater, partially exposed, was a dugout canoe.
Brian Sheen, 66, Geoff Ryder, 59, and Michael Billworth, 23, were four days into a trip down the Niger River in Guinea to promote the scouting movement when they were attacked and had to abandon their dugout canoe.
Charley plans to use a motorcycle and sidecar, steam train, horse, boat, dugout canoe, cargo boat and a tuk-tuk (auto rickshaw).
As our dugout canoe got a little nearer you could just make out a little glistening eye and a few seconds later the bump submerged into the depths at which point it dawned on me that I had just had my first close encounter with a caiman - mini alligator.
We had an hour-long boat ride upriver in a small dugout canoe with an outboard motor, half an hour's walk through savannah, another boat ride - this time four hours, which involved some pretty tricky rapids that our expert local indigenous boatman navigated with surprising ease - and an hour's uphill trek through dense jungle to the base of the falls for a refreshing swim.
If you fancy a day out, and something a little less fast and furious, join a nature trek through the rainforest or paddle up the Imbassai River in a dugout canoe.
They continued on their journey to a river where a dugout canoe picked up Mr Smith and three others where they were taken across and handed over to the 'Gbenti' or local militia.
On the pier you can watch sailmaking, dugout canoe carving, and rope work, and listen to poetry and music.
The Indian who carved the oldest dugout canoe found here was working on his boat before Noah built the Ark.
Seven hours before, paddling home in darkness on Ecuador's Napo River, he slipped from his dugout canoe onto a grassy patch that harbored an unseen killer.