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Wood & Canvas Canoe Restorations and Repair
by Gordy Blair

A well seasoned Tool n' Canoe Wrangler / Craftsman / Automotive Technician / Preservation Specialist
Jack of most trades / Outdoorsman / Artist / Pursuer of life on the water and trails less traveled

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 Timberline Canoes is now located along the shore of Summit Lake in Colorado's Four Corners region. Situated between Mancos and Dolores, just a few miles north of Mesa Verde National Park. The workshop is easily accessed from a beautiful scenic drive along the San Juan Skyway west of Durango and south of Telluride.

Benefits of Ownership
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  • Gentle on the environment
  • No fossil fuels required
  • No water pollution
  • Quiet - no noise pollution
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Easy to transport
  • Renewable construction
  • Good for your body
  • Great for your soul


"Cedar Moon"

The canoe is an enduring symbol of wilderness and freedom throughout North America.
 

Timberline Canoes is a small, one-meticulous-craftsman workshop.
Generally available most weekdays by appointment only.
 
Repairs and restorations of canoes, kayaks, SUP's and small boats
Repairs of wood, canvas, fiberglass, Kevlar and gel coat finishes
Wood furniture restoration; Artisan crafted Log furniture
Canoe themed cabin decor and furnishings
 


Everybody must believe in something, I believe I'll go canoeing
                                                                                          - Henry David Thoreau

 



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 Timberline Canoes, Mancos, Colorado

  
 


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