Re: [Cedar Strip Canoes] Nother New Guy with a Question
- --- In email@example.com, charles.k.scott@... wrote:
> --- You wrote:
> I've bulit a few boats in my time but never a canoe nor anything
> as a strip boat.and now, I
> I came across this whole concept while looking for something else
> can hardly think of anything but how beautiful these boats are.of luck
> I have a number of publications on the way but haven't had a lot
> locating a source for red and northern cedar in my area.area, I'd
> If anyone knows of a decent source in the Cleveland/ Medina Ohio
> be very greatful for the lead.abundant and available even here in Vermont, albeit at a specialty
> Alex Smith
> Medina, Ohio
> --- end of quote ---
> Alex, I'm kind of surprised by this. Western red cedar is pretty
lumber company. But I stopped by and had a look and they had
bunches of it, and in long lengths. It was clear, and varied in
color from that rust red to amber.
>add your state, and not get some hits.
> They had lengths all the way up to 20 feet.
> I'd be surprised if you could not google "western red cedar" and
>Well, I've done a bunch more google searches and have found the
> Corky Scott
Western Red Cedar Lumber Association (wrcla.org) which does list
some local lumber companies. Guess I'll have to go and check them
Thanks for the tip, Corky.