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Lake Champlain: Docks Still Underwater, Boating Industry Suffers

Lake Champlain water levels are high after heavy rainfall. Barry Hamilton owns the Essex Marina, he spoke with Gregory Warner.  Go to full article
Filmmaker Matt Heineman in his preferred form of transportation
Filmmaker Matt Heineman in his preferred form of transportation

"Rolling on the River" in a St. Lawrence Skiff

Summer in the Thousand Islands is filled with the sound of boats. The throaty rumble of a Gar Wood run-about, the roar of a cigarette boat, the throbbing diesels of a Seaway freighter. This weekend in Clayton, the 7th Annual Festival of Oar, Paddle & Sail celebrates the boats that don't make noise. People-powered boats.
But though motorized craft aren't featured at the festival, they ARE invited to drop by the museum for a "boat-in" movie, a marine version of a "drive-in". The featured film is a movie that honors the natural and cultural heritage of the St. Lawrence. David Sommerstein spent a day in a skiff with the film's director and has our story.  Go to full article

A Summer Sail on the St. Lawrence

David Sommerstein hitches a ride on Jim Benvenuto's "Gypsy Wind" near Chippewa Bay, following in the wake of rumrunners, hermits, and other river rats.  Go to full article

19th Adirondack Canoe Classic (pt.2)

Brian Mann has a report on this weekend's 90-miler Canoe Classic in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article

19th Adirondack Canoe Classic

250 canoes, kayaks and guideboats will push off from the beach at Old Forge for the annual 90-mile Adirondack Canoe Classic. MArtha Foley reports.  Go to full article

Clayton Antique Boat Show Draws Thousands

Last weekend thousands of people visited Clayton for the 37th annual Antique Boat show and auction--a chance to view St. Lawrence skiffs, launches and run-abouts. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Quebec Brook: Canoeing in the Northern Adirondacks

A good place to get away from summer crowds--Brian Mann paddled solo up Quebec Brook, halfway between Paul Smiths and St. Regis Falls, and sent back this audio postcard.  Go to full article

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