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Deep Enough to Swim in, Nearly Warm Enough to want to: 2016 Kenduskeag Race will be one of a kind.

Every Kenduskeag is unlike any other, and this year will be no different. The depth and flow rate of the Kenduskeag Stream will be lower than average for this time of year, yet there will still be plenty of water.  … Continue reading

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A Kenduskeag Like No Other: This Year’s Race Will Present New Challenges

Some of us have literally spent weeks worrying about low water.  No sense worrying any more or complaining about it any longer because it sure looks like that’s what we’re going to get.   The hoped for rain simply isn’t going … Continue reading

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Point 65 Rocker Rocks

One of the best parts of my job (“job” is a euphemism here), is paddling new boats. Me taking a new kayak out on the water for the first time is a lot like Christmas morning for my kids. The … Continue reading

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Spring Paddling in Maine (Passagassawakeag River, April 4, 2007)

Spring snowfall while getting ready for the Passy River race to be held Saturday, April 7.

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Which way to the ocean?

This and other photos of the recent St. George River Race can be viewed at Village Soup.

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Passy (Passagassawakeag) River — April 2, 2007

Water level was relatively low on the Passy today, despite the rain. (Maybe they are already holding water back at the dam). Left an intermittent trail of red polyethylene on the riverbed! Actually wasn’t that bad. Hit or rubbed over … Continue reading

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