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Roy Paddled 10 miles Today…

There’s going to be a Harbor to Harbor paddle next week…so Roy decided to train a little bit, and he was kind enough to take these pictures as he went along.  He started from the Searsport Shores Beach, paddled under the Passagassawakeag River Bridge in Belfast, then came back and paddled the shore to Northport and Bayside Village.

This is what he saw:

contemplation before the trip…at the campground…calm water
Headed towards Belfast, just past Moose Point State Park
You can see Belfast Harbor from here…the water is starting to challenge a bit
The green, metal roof is Belfast Boat House, I'm going to round the Bell Buoy #4 (in red) and paddle up the river
Bell Buoy #4
Young's Lobster Pound directly ahead
A loon blocking the passage of the Passy River Bridges
Captain Bill's Tugboat…he said hi!
Boy, lunch would be great right now…you can smell the lobster!
Belfast Channel Marker on the way home…cormorants' hangout
What a day!

2 responses to “Roy Paddled 10 miles Today…”

  1. I really did Laugh Out Loud at that captioned picture: “A loon blocking the passage of the Passy River Bridges”. Suddenly the bird looked…stern!

  2. Ron I chuckled out loud at that looney comment too, but then again, I know
    Roy so it was typical of his dry sense of humor! Roy, next time invite us okay?

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