June 2010

Spring and early summer were super busy, but I’m back in town and will be updating the blog with tales of our experiences in the woods of northern Maine.  I realize that those of you who have been regular readers over the years probably don’t like the intermittant nature of the posts while I’m at [...]

It was a funny spring weather-wise.  At the end of the first week in May there was already very low water in all the rivers of northern Maine.  We had just enough water to paddle the St. John River.  By the time we had covered the 113 miles from Baker Lake to Dickey, the water [...]

Back In Town

I’m back in town after a busy spring course.  I’ll be posting about some of our experiences this spring in the next week before heading back to the field school for several June programs.  It’s good to be back and away from the bugs for a few days.

 


 

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