They note that she is learning to read and write, and recently took her first canoe ride on a lake, an outing that thrilled her.
That canoe he paddles in Parks, that episode where Ron is a canoe, Nick Offerman built that canoe, for real!
Kalaj is the opposite of the narrator—brash, outspoken, adventurous, and canoe tipping—and they make an odd couple.
So I go out in a canoe and repeat verses over and over and try and learn poems.
When the Queen and Prince Philip visited Tuvalu in 1982, Her Majesty was carried ashore in a canoe by locals.
No one replied, and by this time the Byards had their canoe afloat.
We all went ashore in this canoe, then, and were soon alongside of a wharf.
"That canoe may not belong to the cutter," said the captious seaman.
The men in the canoe were surely keen of eye, and they must be a patrol.
I can turn the canoe over me and be dry as a mouse in a hayrick.
1550s, originally in a West Indian context, from Spanish canoa, a term used by Columbus, from Arawakan (Haiti) canaoua. Extended to rough-made or dugout boats generally. Early variants in English included cano, canow, canoa, etc., before spelling settled down c.1600.