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    The Boston and Maine Railroad trestle, at the turnaround point of the up-and-back trip while paddling the Kennebunk River, is an impressive structure.

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    Reflection rise from the shoreline up river beyond Cape Arundel Golf Club while paddling the Kennebunk River.

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    Mallards were seen and heard around every turn while paddling the Kennebunk River.

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    If you don’t want to make the full trip, at least get to the out-of-place cliff face at a 90-degree turn in the Kennebunk River.

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    It’s a different view of Cape Arundel Golf Club course from the Kennebunk River.

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    hite pines stand tall along many parts of the shoreline while paddling the Kennebunk River.

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