Paddling in the ‘Elbow’

Adam Swett (left) of Old Town and friend Rafael Grossman of Holden lug their water craft back to their cars on College Avenue after they paddled the Stillwater River in an area known as the &quotElbow" just below the Stillwater Dam in Old Town on Wednesday afternoon. &quotThe water is nice and high and a little washed out, " said Swett. &quotThe icebergs are gone."
Adam Swett (left) of Old Town and friend Rafael Grossman of Holden lug their water craft back to their cars on College Avenue after they paddled the Stillwater River in an area known as the "Elbow" just below the Stillwater Dam in Old Town on Wednesday afternoon. "The water is nice and high and a little washed out, " said Swett. "The icebergs are gone."
Posted May 11, 2011, at 11:41 p.m.
Rafael Grossmann (left) of Holden and EMHS co-worker Adam Swett of Old Town paddle against the Stillwater River's current in an area known as the &quotElbow" just below the Stillwater Dam in Old Town on Wednesday afternoon.
Rafael Grossmann (left) of Holden and EMHS co-worker Adam Swett of Old Town paddle against the Stillwater River's current in an area known as the "Elbow" just below the Stillwater Dam in Old Town on Wednesday afternoon.

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