Here is his 1970s era Folbot, which is a rescue boat from the Habitat for Humanity store on 8th Ave:
Our research shows it was probably the Glider model, "popular with naturalists and campers, ladies, children and persons with physical limitations..." which sounds about right.
There is precedent for using a Folbot on RRCC trips. Here is Kirly paddling one on the Elk River with about 80 lbs. of wet, furry gear:
And here it is on Dale Hollow Lake, hauling the only thing we want Bob to bring anyway.
As you know, Dale Hollow Lake is best enjoyed with a sailing rig.
Fortunately, Bob's came with one of those too:
In 1956, Hannes Lindemann completed the first solo trans-Atlantic kayak trip in a folding kayak, drinking only evaporated milk and beer. So we're pretty sure it can make it 7 miles down the Duck River, even if it is a little shallow. Which it may not be if it keeps raining...