First Overnight Canoe Trip Of The Spring 2021 Semester

We had a bunch of interesting weather, including hail, rainbows and 30mph headwinds on our first overnight canoe trip. Students learned a lot about how to safely navigate water falls and ledges in a solo boat by station lining.


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  • David Whitney

    Looks like a fun, enjoyable trip. Typical Maine spring weather. You said St Croix stream. Is it St Croix River, the border of Maine/Canada in Washington County?

  • No, this is the St. Croix Stream in Aroostook County that flows into the Aroostook River in Masardis. Thanks for the comment.
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