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Maine Lakes Tutorial

Here’s a fascinating list of Maine’s biggest lakes, along with the geologic history and recreational opportunities. Suffice it to say that iceboating is not one of the winter sports listed. https://www.lakelubbers.com/maine-largest-lakes-in-maine-acres-L30-C1/ Looks like less than freezing temps have decided to … Continue reading

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Ice in Quebec!

Denis Guertin reports that behind the Covid Curtain two of our favorite early season lakes will be sailable any day now. The larger of the two, Abenakis, above,is a bit of a mess, but just down the road and a … Continue reading

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Thankful

The autumnal tease begins. Ice has come and gone in shady corners of local lakes. The rain barrel has had up to an inch of black ice and each morning on the way past I’d give it a whack just … Continue reading

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Pocket Skeeter For Sale

Here’s a lightweight, DN powered, fast and comfortable Pocket Skeeter. Fuselage and springboard 75#. Glass/carbon mast, 1DL full power sail. Flat bottom makes for easy car topping. x x Harken blocks, tapered sheet, cam cleat, foot steering. Lumbar supported recumbent … Continue reading

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The Dammy Cam is Back!

Thanks to the great efforts of CIBC Tech Guru Ryan Haskell and the generosity of Camp Wavus we now have an awesome view of Damariscotta Lake. Watch it freeze! Go to the web site and find it under the web … Continue reading

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