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Wooden Canoe Journal #111 Volume 25 Number 3

Discussion in 'Wooden Canoe Journal' started by Fitz, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. Fitz

    Fitz Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

    From June 2002 is posted as a pdf on this website. I'm interested in the Chesuncook Bound article.

    I suspect the pdf of the article is missing page 9. Can someone assist here? I was trying to use the article for spring trip planning. I haven't been able to find my hard copy at home.

    Many Thanks in Advance.

  2. Dick Persson

    Dick Persson Canoe builder & restorer

    Hello Fitz,

    Here is a scan of the missing page.

    Dick Persson
    Headwater Wooden Boat Shop

    Attached Files:

  3. Charlie Franks

    Charlie Franks Curious about Wooden Canoes

    Hi Fitz,

    I've taken the Chesuncook trip with Alexandra and Garrett in July. It's a beautiful area. Finding the put in at Lobster Stream would be the tough part; the logging roads all look alike to me up there. Once in, though, it's a beautiful trip. The West Branch has beautiful sections, lots of wildlife to see, and not difficult to paddle at all. Chesuncook Lake is a long lake, and can get rough if you have a high wind. Luckily, the two times I've been on the lake, it was a tail wind. Good luck on your trip planning. If you do paddle the West Branch and Chesuncook, I think you'll enjoy it.


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