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Evolving Landscapes and Maine Poetry

I recently read a wonderful poem by Maine poet Tom Sexton at the Maine State Library’s webpage sharing weekly poems by Maine poets. The poet describes the significance of a now abandoned homestead’s granite stoop. This phenomenon of abandoned homesteads, … Continue reading

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Northern Forest Canoe Trail Video and Burgeoning Spring Inspire Paddling

There’s a short video on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail’s (NFCT) website that does a great job of depicting just some of the wonderful scenery and paddling awaiting on this 740-mile water trail from Old Forge, NY to Fort Kent, … Continue reading

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Recent Story on Paddling the Kennebec River I was interviewed recently about paddling on the Kennebec River in the Waterville – Augusta – Gardiner vicinity. Here’s a link to a nice story from the Kennebec Journal/Portland Press Herald.

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Fort to Fort Paddle Remarkable Despite Cool Rain

On Saturday, September 29th, I kayaked the 15 mile stretch of the Kennebec River from Winslow to Augusta while accompanying a group of volunteer reenactors guiding a replica Batteau from Fort Halifax State Historic Site to Old Fort Western. The … Continue reading

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