These kayaks are among the longest kayaks ever made. Why they were made the way they were made is probably a matter of evolution in response to local conditions.
|This photo is called, "going ashore at Port Burwell." Looks like plenty of ice in winter. Apparently kayaking here was a summer activity.|
|Caption: "Port Burwell, 1919." Looks like a sheltered Fjord suitable for the paddling of flat bottomed kayaks.|
|One more time a little more from the side.|