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Trail blazing for canoes; Rangeley celebrates this weekend


Northern Forest Canoe Trail stewardship interns rough out the Gull Pond Stream trail from the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum to Haley Pond on July 22: Kevin Large, Bow, NH (left); Allison Waring, Manorville, NY; Walter Opuszynski, Calais, VT (Trail Director); Brendan Jackson, Albany, NY; Sam Brakeley, Marblehead, MA; Brianna Baker, Barre, VT. To volunteer for continuing work on this trail, part of the 740 mile-long trail from Old Forge, NY, to Fort Kent, ME, call NFCT at 802-496-2285. (Peggy Yocom Photo)

RANGELEY - This year, the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum is partnering with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th. While the cultural heritage of logging in the western mountains of Maine is celebrated on Friday and Saturday, July 23rd and 24th at the 30th annual Logging Festival, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail will be celebrated on its 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th. Read more about it here.

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