During our time at Cumberland Falls State Park in Tennessee we spent time hiking along the river and the falls area. While photographing along the river I came across the little wooden boat tied up on the shoreline. It was a shallow boat that was homemade. As I walked along I discovered a few more tied in among the rocks. To me they didn't look sturdy enough for someone to venture out on the river in. A day later while visiting this same area I saw a couple of these boats out on the water with a couple of fisherman in each boat. They were fishing at the base of the main Cumberland Falls area and strangely the current kept them in place as they fished. As I travel around I enjoy seeing how local people have developed their own customs of doing things in their particular region of the country.