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Tule boats have a limited useful life before they rot and/or come apart—typically only lasting a few weeks.
Several tribes in and around the San Francisco Bay area and in northern California made and used tule canoes (also called balsas).
Constructing these types of dugout canoes took considerable time and skill with stone age tools and fire. Tule (Schoenoplectus acutus also called bulrushes) have a thin (~1 cm or 0.5 inch) diameter, rounded green stems that grows to 1 to 3 metres (3–10 ft) tall.
They grow well in marshes, wetlands or at the edges of bodies of water.
The basic procedure was to start a small fire on the tree where it needed shaping, then extinguish it after a short burn.The bundle of tules could be pre-bent as they were being bundled to form a raised prow and stern.The length of each bundle depends on the size of the boat that were then typically about 10 feet (3.0 m) to 15 feet (4.6 m).Players of all abilities, aged 4 to 14 are welcome to attend.