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[Chip and Norman continue shaping]

Image is of Chip and Norman using mauls to continue shaping the east end of the canoe log. Chip kneels atop the canoe log as Norman stands on the ground below.

[Shaping continues]

Image is of Chip and Norman standing on top of the canoe log while continuing to shape its east end. Norman uses a chainsaw to cut into the top of the log as Chip watches the process.

[Chip shaping canoe log]

Image is of Chip kneeling atop the canoe log while using a maul to continue shaping its east end.

[Chip shaping canoe log]

Image is of Chip kneeling atop the canoe log while using a maul to continue shaping its east end.

[Shaping progress]

Image is of shaping progress made on the west end of the canoe log. Cedar scraps cover the ground. A group of people is visible in the far distance, walking on MOA grounds.

[Shaping progress]

Image is of the shaping progress on the west end of the canoe log. Cedar scraps cover the ground. An unidentified person uses a tool to continue shaping.

[Isaac measures large beaver bowl carving]

Image is of Isaac using a tape measure to measure a large beaver bowl carving, working in the space between the canoe log and longhouse. Part of museum exterior is visible in image background. The east end of the canoe log is covered with plastic.

[Ron continues to shape log]

Image is of Ron atop the canoe log, continuing to shape the log's west end. Unidentified persons stand near a totem pole in image background.

[Chip shapes large beaver bowl carving with chainsaw]

Image is of Chip using a chainsaw to continue shaping a large beaver bowl carving, working in the space between the canoe log and longhouse. Isaac stands nearby, holding an adze and watching the process. Two unidentified persons stand near the canoe log, watching the process.

[Chip shapes large beaver bowl carving with chainsaw]

Image is of Chip using a chainsaw to continue shaping a large beaver bowl carving, working in the space between the canoe log and longhouse. Isaac stands against the canoe log, holding an adze and watching the process. One unidentified person takes a photo of the process, as another unidentified person stands near Isaac, watching the process.

[Chip shapes large beaver bowl carving with chainsaw]

Image is of Chip using a chainsaw to cut into the top of a large beaver bowl carving, working in the space between the canoe log and longhouse. Isaac stands to the side, watching the process. An unidentified person leans against the canoe log, also watching the process.

[Norman contemplates unidentified carving]

Image is of Isaac, Ron, unidentified person, and Norman standing near unidentified carving, in the space between the canoe log and longhouse. Norman has his hand to his head as if in thought.

[Tools near long house]

Image is of various carving tools placed on a cedar block near the side (west) entrance to the long house.

[West end of canoe log]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log. Cedar blocks and scraps cover the ground in image foreground. Parts of museum exterior and longhouse are visible in image background.

[West end of canoe log]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log. Cedar scraps cover the ground. A table with beaver bowl is visible on the south side of the canoe log. Parts of museum exterior and longhouse are visible in image background.

[Canoe log progress]

Image is of the west half of the canoe log, demonstrating shaping progress made. Cedar blocks and scraps cover the ground.

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