Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Lost Angler

Peter E. Mock-Jordan displayed a handcrafted canoe and taught a few fly-casting lessons at the Kenan's Mill Festival.
Mock-Jordan, who grew up in Selma, owns the Lost Angler, which also offers guide service for fishing trips on rivers in Central Alabama. 
More photos on the Kenan's Mill Facebook page!  

5 comments:

Rachel said...

What a gorgeous canoe! I am always in awe of people who can build such gorgeous works of art that happen to be very useful too. I love how honey-golden it is!

Tanya said...

what a beautiful canoe that is!

EG Wow said...

Wow! What a gorgeous canoe. It looks like it is made of cedar strips. Am I correct?

Rambling Round said...

EG, I don't know what kind of wood it's made from, but it looks like cedar to me too.

bfarr said...

That's almost too pretty to put in the water.