Monthly Archives: June 2019

Embracing the Bike Path

Seniors Not Acting Their Age My admittedly defective recollection believes the Androscoggin Bike Path was constructed during the summer of 1997. I’m old with a faulty memory so excuse me if that timeframe is incorrect. What I am sure of is that when it was being built, I repeatedly biked across the bridge from Topsham […]

Weaving the Webb

Hidden away in the rural community of Carthage, except for locals Webb River is relatively unknown. Three exceptions are whitewater boaters, avid fishermen and Russ. Each spring, scores of enthusiastic paddlers converge on the Webb as soon as ice is out for some excellent Class II/III whitewater. A free flowing river, it is unique in […]