Monthly Archives: April 2019

Revisiting Togus Stream

Seniors Not Acting Their Age Sixty years ago, friends and I played along Togus Stream. Beginning at the outlet of Togus Pond, the diminutive creek tumbles downhill through Chelsea and Randolph into the Kennebec River opposite Gardiner. I have many fond memories of our exploits in and around the stream. We sometimes speared suckers when […]

Rite of Spring

Seniors Not Acting Their Age For a small enthusiastic contingent of Mainers, paddling coastal rivers and streams is a clear indication that spring has arrived. Each March, as snow and ice melts and rain showers replace wintry storms they stow away skis and snowshoes and retrieve their paddles from hibernation. Many of us older river […]