Comments for: Midcoast adventurer aims to expand paddle boarding in Maine

Posted Feb. 08, 2012, at 3:57 p.m.
Last modified Feb. 09, 2012, at 12:24 p.m.

Thor Emory, clad in a red dry suit, stood on the sidewalk of downtown Lincolnville with a paddle board tucked under his arm. Cars braked, and he marched across Route 1A in neoprene booties, careful not to slip on slush and snow. His destination, on Feb. 2, was the icy …

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  • Anonymous

    I’ve seen one of these guys while walking on the breakwater in Rockland. I was amazed at how fast they go as well. It was very intriguing and I can see why people are starting to get interested. I just hope that people who do venture out still realize that doing this on the ocean is different than a pond. Sea expeditions are inherently more dangerous and not to be taken lightly by the inexperienced. 

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