Monthly Archives: December 2008

Lessons from Cold Water Boot Camp

While paddling from the Commercial Street Boat Launch to the mouth of Little River the other day, I crossed paths with two other Belfast kayakers who were also out enjoying the brilliant December sunshine. Winter paddling is not for everyone, … Continue reading

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Extreme Shoveling: A Mile to Go Before Spring

In a light moment at a meeting last winter, I introduced myself as “owner of the longest hand-shoveled driveway in Waldo County.” It wasn’t said very seriously, but over time I’ve kinda wondered. How many people are there out there … Continue reading

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Hunting A Wild Christmas Tree

Unless you hunt or fish, it is rare nowadays to go into the woods and actually be looking for something. I am not a hunter or fisherman myself, but I think I know something of what draws people to those … Continue reading

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