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  1. Skills Development/Improvement Workshop Georgetown Island Area, Mid-Coast Maine Friday, Saturday & Sunday, May 29-31, 2015 Rocks and ledges, surf, tidal currents, fog (if we are lucky), navigation and incident management are all on the table! Whether you want to put your skills to the test or tune up your skills in the coastal environment we will have FUN! This is a training for you, so don’t be bashful – let us know what you want to work on and we will try to meet your needs. As always, conditions are weather dependent, but there are plenty of places along the mid-coast of Maine near Georgetown Island to find something of interest to paddle. We will be using the AMC Knubble Bay Camp for lodging (space is limited), meeting and gathering. Knubble Bay is a great location that will give us access to several different nearby launch sites, including Five Islands, Reid State Park, Popham Beach, as well as from the docks at the camp itself. Coaches: John Carmody, Caroline Zeiss, Carl Ladd, Russell Farrow, John Ozard Only a few spaces remain for lodging at Knubble Bay Camp. For further information contact: [email protected]
  2. Just received the "Midcoast Region" booklet from this 3-volume series. Pinpoints, with map AND GPS coordinates, launch sites with information about parking, restrooms, etc. A bonus feature is information about coastal preserves for day hikes. Though no details re: overnight or extended parking, one might be able to arrange parking, as I have in the past, with the local police/town manager, especially in the off-season. http://www.maine.gov/dacf/mcp/coastal-access-guide.htm
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