March 2009

AMC member Sinclair Kennedy photographed these tandem paddlers easing themselves through a maze of boulders on the Ammonoosuc River in 1910. (Aptly enough, the waterway’s name stems from an American Indian word meaning “narrow fishing place.”) Though the identities of the outdoorsmen are unknown, there’s a good chance fellow canoe enthusiast John W. Worthington joined…

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Whitewater paddlers in the Northeast have to be slightly crazy (or is it seriously committed?) to pursue their passion to the fullest. Some of the best, most exciting conditions don’t occur during the warm days of summer. They tumble down in the frigid days of late winter and  early spring, when rain and snowmelt flood…

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