Saturday, May 18, 2013
If the New England Mountain Bike Association's newest chapter gets its way, there'll be new paths from Millinocket to Searsport.
Algae in the lake may be bad for lake trout, but smelt thrive without that predator, and as smelt thrive, so do the salmon – big ones.
The voyageur-style canoe -- with a history dating back more than two centuries to the fur trade -- is like a schoolbus on the water, but enthusiasts love to barrel downriver in them.
Enjoy a tour of the Gray woodlands led by a small herd of these frisky and intelligent critters.
Julian Nijkamp of Gorham was diagnosed with a rare disease, yet remains a top-notch hurdler.