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Fall Sea Kayak Weekend in Maine, Oct7-9

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Come and enjoy a beautiful fall weekend of sea kayaking in mid-coast Maine. For experienced kayakers who want to enjoy the Maine coast in what can be one of the best times of the year. Paddles Saturday and Sunday, one dinner and two breakfasts. Wet/dry suits required. Boat requirements: 14' minimum, perimeter deck lines, and front & rear bulkheads.

When: Oct 7th-9th (Friday night thru Sunday afternoon)

Where: AMC's Knubble Bay Camp in Georgetown, ME

Meals: Saturday and Sunday breakfast, Saturday dinner

Lodging: stay in Knubble Bay cabin or camp outside (Fri & Sat nights)

Cost: $86 AMC members / $97 non-members

Trip Leaders: Bill Thomas and Mike Therrien

Registration: Gail Fensom, 52 Mooers Road, Nottingham, NH 03290

gailrond@comcast.net 603-305-0238


Knubble Bay Camp is an Appalachian Mountain Club volunteer managed facility located about

15 minutes south of Bath, Maine. Weekends are organized around an all-day paddle Saturday

and half-day paddle Sunday. Typically one or two groups are formed, depending on the number

and experience level of participants. Breakfasts and Saturday dinner are provided by the

volunteer committee, with participants helping with meal and cabin clean-up. Participants

can share a bunk room in the cabin or tent outside. The weekends are known for great food,

paddling, friendship, and Scrabble. Additional information about a particular weekend trip

is available from the registrar. See the KBC website for a full list of the 2011 season trips.



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