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Water, Water Waterfront Everywhere In Maine. Some Quiet, Some Noisy.

When you think Maine waterfront, are you in a canoe, kayak on a bottle smooth, glass like lake, wetting the end of a fishing line?

Bright warm sun over head, stapled to a cobalt blue cloudless sky. Slight breeze, a Maine loon mother with a baby on her back paddling, floating by. Looking a lot bigger up close and personal you think to yourself, observe. Is that your favorite image that plays on the mental projector now showing on the back of the inside of your head? Or is your waterfront in Maine a little more noisy, faster paced, edge of your seat hanging on to a short rope roller coast ride?

Maine, the water comes in different types, speeds, settings. Pick the speed that works for you. White water rafting in Maine done on the Penobscot, Kennebec, Dead Rivers.

Round up your group of friends, make sure your term insurance policy is paid up and in force. Head To Maine.

Point that vehicle you drive north, up Interstate 95 to Maine, the way life should be. You need way way more Maine water in your diet. Just one more suggestion.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • February 27 2011 10:12AM

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Looks like the Nob. Gives whole new meaning to the term "Dump Truck"!

Posted by Larry Costa, Realtor, MA Real Estate (Century 21 Classic Gold, Carver MA) over 9 years ago

Looks exciting Andrew, not sure if I could handle "white water rafting" though, probably why I haven't done it yet.  Something you enjoy?  More of a quiet kind of guy here when it comes to enjoying the water.

Posted by Roger D. Mucci, Lets shake things up at your home today! (Shaken...with a Twist 216.633.2092) over 9 years ago

Larry ... it is a hoot. Don't want to have everyone think all the rides are this er "upsetting". Have done the Dead and Penobscot on Unicorn and Northern. It is a blast. Need a wet suit in the early fall though. You eddy out for a river BBQ and boy does the food taste great. Water fights with other boats and some neat pictures from high on a rock eagle vista too.

Roger ... You head up to the beginning in a bus with the rafts piled on top. You are reminded if you fall out, keep your legs up. Keep your legs up so they don't get broken. You have a river guide that does not want to die either. The standing still in water currents is a neat sensation. Once thru the rapids it is a slower easier drift down the river. The paper companies control the gpm flow of water which translates in to the speed, the "whoosh" of the torpedo you become. It is a fun family something different involving water in Maine.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 9 years ago

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