from tribal journeys 10 rules of the canoe

reviewing the 10 canoe rules from tribal journey’s website:

‘The Ten Rules of the Canoe were developed by the Quileute Canoe contingent for a Northwest Experimental Education Conference in 1990. P.S. Never, NEVER call CANOE a “boat”. Them’s splashin’ in words, friend. / You might get thrown in the water, or get to dance, to clear the score. :-)

yes, take this as a warning. do not call a canoe, and i am now extending this rule to a bangka, a bigiw, a paraw, a vinta, –do not call these water vessels a “boat”! you are warned 🙂 as we found out last year at our first canoe journey, one must get in the water voluntarily or you’ll get thrown in, or dance 🙂



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