Folks, here's another primitive cocobolo wood carving. It is a cayuco boat used to ply the rivers of the Darien rainforest. In Panama once a year in the spring there is a 3 day cayuco race through the Panama Canal. The cayucos are modified to hold four paddlers seated. I did it in 1991 and again in 1999, the last year it was under American control. Goggle Panama cayuco race. My next race will probably be in a wheelchair.
These wood carvings are done by the artists of the Wounaan or Ebera tribes who live in the rainforests of Panama. This particularly carving has been in my inventory for 25 years. I recently opened a box of old carvings and decided to share them with the world. This carving is 13" long and about 3" wide. So if old or vintage wood carvings of boats are your thing here's a good bet. Buy this gem before I lose the pole.
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