It could be argued that there’s no more beautiful time to go walking in the Maine woods than after snowfall, when everything is covered in a blanket of white. The tracks of woodland creatures, pressed into the frozen carpet, tell stories of their travels, and the smallest breeze… Read More
On Saturday, I was one of dozens of fly fishing enthusiasts who took a bit of time to stop by the Penobscot Fly Fishers’ annual Fly Tying Symposium and chat with a bunch of like-minded folks. Sam Kenney ties a fly at the Penobscot Fly… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

This time of year I always welcome the change of pace. That is not to say that there is less to do in the outdoors it just becomes easier to take a day and sit by the fire and read a little more. Sometimes I need to remind… Read More
    I have been traveling to Salmon River NY for close to 20 years but it wasn’t until the last 10 years that I was able to make the trek more than once each year.  I would have to say, I have never been disappointed even with all the… Read More
Please sign up online at under the Outdoor Schools tab, a section of seats will be reserved for those who RSVP prior to the lecture. On June 25th, 2016, John Connelly became the first to both canoe the Northern Forest Canoe Trail and kayak the Maine… Read More