A. built a new, smaller rowboat so he and Cubby could go fishing. Obviously, Cubby was instrumental in the building process.
Cubby calls it "The Floating Bear," after Pooh's "boat" (a honey pot) in the part about the flood in A.A. Milne's book*. Let's hope "The Floating Bear" is lucky for the fishermen.
* Incidentally, if you have children or want a gift for children you know, you should definitely buy the A.A. Milne books for them--Winnie the Pooh, The House at Pooh Corner, When We Were Very Young, and Now We Are Six. The last two are actually books of poems, which is nice for small children and their short attention spans, and the first two are chapter books. All four are well-written and charming and actually fun for the adult to read, which is very, very rare for children's literature.