46 photo(s) Updated on: Tuesday, August 07, 2012
  • Gary is happy to help us kick off the Trek on the Magalloway in the Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge
  • Steve and Peggy on the Magalloway
  • Cindy takes the bow (Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge)
  • A goofy group rafts up for lunch (Pontook Reservoir)
  • Posing in front of a new kiosk at Pontook Dam
  • Taking off from Nansen Wayside Park to head to Berlin
  • A beautiful evening in Berlin
  • Paddling through the boom piers in Berlin
  • Heather from North Woods Rafting mixes business with pleasure
  • Setting off from Shelburne Dam
  • Allen and Patty love the northern sections
  • The Fearnsides use the Trek as an excuse to exercise their 100+ year-old canoe
  • Snaking through shallow spots in Shelburne
  • Setting off from Gilead Bridge
  • Lunchtime in Gilead
  • Perry waits for folks to catch up
  • Paddling through the hillsides in Hanover
  • Taking a break in Hanover
  • A great group from Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation joined us from Bethel to Hanover
  • Paula taking it easy in Hanover
  • Single file in Hanover
  • Mexico's new boat launch has a great view of the mill
  • A calm day in Jay
  • A shady spot in Jay
  • Deanna paddles by the mill where her husband works in Jay
  • Zack paddles by the Verso mill in Jay
  • We saw a bunch of these....
  • Taking off near farm fields in Turner
  • Sneaking up into a horseshoe-shaped island in Turner
  • Mary Jane in Gulf Island Pond
  • Pulling into the best lunch spot on the Trek in Gulf Island Pond
  • Posing on Lunch Island
  • The light at the end of the tunnel in Lewiston
  • Landon and Saranne are urban explorers in Lewiston
  • Margi and Eve in Lewiston
  • An excited bunch of paddlers in L/A
  • Poking around at the base of Great Falls
  • Great Falls panorama
  • Ferg in Durham
  • Drifting around an island in Durham
  • We survived the portage around Pejepscot Dam
  • We made it to Brunswick!
  • Perry (center) paddled the whole Trek this year, and Gabe and Larry racked up enough days to claim they've paddled the whole thing over the course of a few years. Congrats to all!

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