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PostPosted: November 1st, 2007, 10:39 am 
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We're working hard on renewing the Routes folder.
We have no expertise on NL routes though so we ask for your assistance.
Our first need is for more trip reports. Do you have suggestions on how we may obtain them?
Do the 5 regions that Richard devised make sense? Are the boundaries correct? And so on.
And are the 2 reports at NL Routes placed in the correct subfolders?
Thanks for your assistance.
Yours in paddling, Allan

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I was out east NL and Laborador in the summer and did some paddling, lots and lots of places to paddle, but very little info. Raises the hair on the back of the neck to head down a WW river you can't find more information on than the fact it ends at the ocean.

Many good ocean paddling opertunities too.

I will try to dig up some of the bits of info I was able to find.


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Thanks dreamstream.
Regards, Allan

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PostPosted: February 3rd, 2008, 4:09 pm 
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A great resource is Stewart Coffin and his book Black Spruce Journals.... He authored or co authored to first Appalachian Mt. Club book on White Water routes in Maine.... He's been up there alot to Labrador and knows alot about the area..... a good place to start. but don't get too many people interested in that place. it's dreadful. nothing but bugs. not a decent hamburger joint anywhere.


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Stewart Coffin's e-mail address is Msdstc@AOL.com; he lives in the
Eastern part of Mass.


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