Canoe coffee tables : Bernhardt dining room table.
Canoe Coffee Tables
- A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
- While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
- small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle
- A canoe (North American English) or Canadian canoe (British English) is a small narrow boat, typically human-powered, though it may also be powered by sails or small electric or gas motors. Canoes usually are pointed at both bow and stern and are normally open on top, but can be decked over (i.
- A narrow, keelless boat with pointed ends, propelled by a paddle or paddles
This 13 foot, 6 inch long canoe is lightweight (only 54 pounds) and highly maneuverable. Designed for experienced paddlers and built from our exclusive Ram-X™ material, this boat has a 650 pound capacity. Two molded seats with beverage and fishing rod holders will provide comfort for your adventures. This boat has a beige interior and red hull, with a classic canoe shape.
Blending affordability with superior craftsmanship, the lightweight two-seater Pelican Navigator recreational canoe delivers excellent maneuverability, stability, and glide across the water. The hull and deck are made of durable RAM-X high-density polyethylene, which offers high impact resistance and memory capacity (ability to regain original shape after impact). This canoe is equipped with molded bench seats and rod holders, aluminum gunnels with protective sleeves and a sturdy center thwart for easy carrying. It's designed for experienced paddlers, and it does not include paddles. It comes fully assembled.
Length: 13 feet, 6 inches
Beam: 37 inches
Weight: 57 pounds
Maximum capacity: 650 pounds
Coloring: fire engine red (outside), sand (inside)
My trusted Soul Mate Suzie and my baby
I wanted a dog from the moment I could put the words into a sentance.
I would go up to every dog in the street from and early age causing alarm to my parents.
My parents would tell me I had to wait until I was fourteen,which felt like eternity.
I made do with walking any dog I could lay my hands on from about the age of 9/10.
Pippa was about 6months old when I began walking her,a neighbours dog very intelligent,very slim very speedy whippet like but with black wirey hair a white patch on her chest,terrier like face. We were unseperable. Then her owner rescued a tubby lab cross looking dog called Pedro.He also had a white patch on his chest but his paws were brindle -looked like he'd walked thro something! Both dogs were no bigger than a cocker spaniel.
I walked Pippa and Pedro, a dog called 'Jagger' almost identical to Pedro but she had black feet,a rough Collie called Cindy who lived next door, a pointer cross called Suzie too,two Jack Russels one hairy one smooth coated called Laurel and Hardy.My best friend Laura had a spaniel/collie cross called Buddy.
We were quite a sight walking down Festing rd to the Canoe lake and along the Prom.
All the dogs were very well behaved else we wouldnt have managed.
Pippa and Pedro became parents of three little girl puppies.
I remember to this day the puppy smell the scratchy claws and needle sharp teeth,I was in my element.
One was big and chubby like her father with Rotweiler looking markings, one was the tiny runt black with a white spot on her chest and the middle one was a fiesty little mischief full of life and excitement.She was a perfect mix of her parents,she had the brindle paws,brindle bits under her ears and a white patch in the shape of my favourite no.No 7!
I thought my heart would break as one by one each of the puppies went to a new home.
Pippa and Pedro's owner had knocked our door and offered to give us a puppy but my parents had said sorry but no.I really went off my parents I felt hollow and devasted.
I continued to walk Pippa and Pedro always with a tinge of sadness after that.Then one day when I went to collect tem Mr Stringer the owner said that one of the pups had been returned. It was the middle fiesty one,no7 chest.
The new owners siamese cat had left home fearful of the pup. So he was looking again for a new home.I grabbed the pup and ran the four doors away to my mum.I explained what had happened. She was very quiet but played with the pup for a little while. Then dad came in from work and she left me in the front room playing with the pup already I was trying to teacn her to sit.
I heard a few raised voices form the kitchen, i felt a little nervous. I heard mum coming back up the passage.I picked up the pup nuzzling her cheek. mum came in and looked a little harrassed but smiled and said 'would you like her for an early christmas pressie?'
I'm filling up now remembering the ultimate joy I felt,I cried and cried with happiness it was my dream come true,i could not believe i wasn't dreaming i hugged my mum and kissed her so much and ran to the kitchen and cuddled dad too. He was offish with me and said he didn't want anything to do with the dog. This was the only little cloud, my heart was filled to burst for my mum making this happen for me.
(I later realised that my dad had grieved so much for his childhood pup when it had died he didnt want to go thro it again).
My neighbour looked as thrilled as me that I would be giving 'Suzie' a home.
In time my dad softened as Suzie as tiny as she was used t give him such an enormous welcome each time he came home,she reallly treated him as the leader of the pack,turning into a wriggling mass of legs and tail at his feet.
Suzie was the biggest gift of my young life and I owe my parents so much for giving me a soulmate who i could confide induring my dark days from bullying. Relieving any pain with her eyes and her cuddles.
She put on trick shows for my friends and neighbours,sitting rolling,begging,chiggy back on me, kissing, cuddling on comand,balancing,ball/pebbles on her nose and catching it. Guessing which hand i had a pebble in by sitting and pointing with her paw.She would go and jump on each piece of furniture,including the coffee table,settee,chair,''tuffet'',I would just say the word. If i put my hands on the fornt legs she would tuck her head down and do a forward roll.She follwed me everywhere.If i was commin down the stairs i would take great pleasure in winding her up tho she did enjoy it her tail waggin I would stand on each stair and thro my arms out and say what? and she would growl as if swearing at me and go up on her hind legs and gently push me down each step.I think she was most remebered by her uselful trick shutting the living room door,Family and friends would just say 'shut the door and she would leap up and slam it shut.
I was heaven blessed to shared my early life with her.
Cheers to you from Red Canoe - Coffee shops 2008, #8
Had our team meeting today at Red Canoe - definitely my favorite coffee shop in Baltimore. We had to do some final prep for a presentation we had to make tonight, which ended up going well.
You know how you wish you had a place, close by, that you could hit with your team when you had to go over some stuff without any interruptions, even the friendly kind? This is it. The rest of the folks we work with are great - honest! - sometimes it's good to get out of the hive into a fresh place, close by, no laptops either. This is only 10 minutes, and it's a perfect fit.
The walls are covered with art by local artists, much of it for sale if you like it. It's a converted row house, with the middle wall separating two houses removed; one side the bookstore, the other the coffee shop/cafe'.
If you're in Baltimore some time, the coffee and muffin's on me!
(Got the shot with my point and shoot attached to the Gorillapod, sitting on the next table over, on 10 second timer in two person portrait mode so I could jump over and get in the shot. Got this one at about 3:55 p.m. - they close at 4:00!)
Red Canoe, Harford Rd., Baltimore, Maryland.
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