Monthly Archives: August 2008

Taking it Easy on Muscle Ridge: A Kayak Trip out of South Thomaston

When sea kayakers talk about paddling the coast of Maine, they talk about Deer Isle, they talk about Acadia, they talk about Muscongus Bay. Not so often do they talk about the Muscle Ridge Archipelago which, to my mind, offers … Continue reading

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Point 65 N Whisky 16 Kayak Review

16′ x 22″, 57 lbs. (fiberglass layup) The Whisky looks and paddles fresh. Unlike so many new kayak models coming out these days, it is the result of some creative design work and is far from being a retread of … Continue reading

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Into a Land of Superlatives: Kayaking Great Wass Archipelago (Maine)

Four miles to the southeast of my place in Addison is Jonesport. Across the high arched bridge over the Moosabec Reach from Jonesport is Beals. And to the south of Beals, extending far out into the Atlantic, is the Great … Continue reading

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