Monthly Archives: October 2010

Agog on Magog: Leaf-peeping on the St. George River

If you watched from space with a time lapse camera, you could see the broad band of fall foliage — the brilliant reds, oranges, and yellows¬† — move southward down the east coast like a wave.¬† That wave crested over … Continue reading

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Reaching for Robinson Rock: A Kayak Trip out of Camden, Maine

If you ashore on a fair day in September, with late summer sunlight spilling over the water, the rock , and the beaches, with a salt breeze coming up the bay and the cry of gulls and the boom of surf in the air, you will fully appreciate Robinson Rock is much more than a rock. Continue reading

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