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CRAAC: Canoe River Brochure
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Canoe River Aquiefer Advisory Council
Mass Govt.: Winnecunnet Pond Bathymetry Map
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On Winnecunnet Pond and Canoe River at Bay Road in Norton MA.
Trip date is June 2013.
It's only 6:52am in the early morning.
Just launched on Winnecunnet Pond.
Looking at my left (south coast).
Looking at my right (north coast).
Now looking west to my destination.
A lot of these aquatic plants just below the water. I am paddling sinking only a bit of the paddle about the aquatic garden.
The mouth of Canoe River I can see on the horizon.
The mouth of Canoe River draining into Winnecunnet Pond.
I will paddle upstream into the Canoe River.
I see 3 birds, 2 in flight . . .
Pink ribbons on a plant on Canoe River.
Plain Street Bridge.
Canoe River gague at Plain Street Bridge.
Currently reads 3 feet 1 inch.
A turtle on Canoe River.
I have reached this impenetrable brush. Oh well.
Will turn around.
I am doing a 5-point-turn to turn my kayak around on this very narrow Canoe River.
I am now paddling back and with the flow of the river.
Plain Street Bridge again on my way back.
This seem to lead to a trail. I can hear 2 women chatting.
That plant with 3 pink ribons on Canoe River.
I can now see the mouth of Canoe River into Winnecunet Pond.
Back to Winnecunnet Pond.
Looking to my right, the south coast of Winnecunnet Pond.
I was on the waters of Winnecunnet Pond and Canoe River for 2 hours and 2 minutes.