Category Archives: St. George

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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Fall Whitewater and Other Well-Kept Secrets

The morning of November 29 started sunny and seasonally cool, with temperatures in the low 30’s. By 11:00 AM, there we were, paddles wheeling through the bright water, embarking on a trip that would include a heretofore unexplored stretch of … Continue reading

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Swimming the St. George

An early season “swim” is always good for helping maintain humility. Maybe I was feeling a little too confident after my clean run down the St. George on Friday. The river level dropped about 8 – 12 inches in the … Continue reading

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Different Day, Different River (Again down the St. George)

  “You cannot step in the same river twice,” says Heraclitus. I would add that you can never paddle the same river twice. Six weeks ago the St. George River was a shining filament amidst a winter forest stamped with … Continue reading

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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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