Coming up on the next Bill Green's Maine... We'll take a snowmobile ride down the Sunrise Trail and see what's cooking down in Franklin... We'll talk with Maine's top border-crossers Seth Wescott and Alex Tuttle as they head out on the World Cup Trail... and We'll preview Maine's newest art treasure, the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion at Colby College.
January 19, 2013
Show # 281
We're going snowmobiling on the Downeast Sunrise Trail. This multi-use trail is a popular recreational corridor for people in Washington County. If you would like to know more about the trail, click on the link below.
We mentioned that many people will bike part of the trail one way and then take the bus back. That service is offered by West Bus Service. You can get more information on the link below.
Our interview this week is with Seth Wescott and Alex Tuttle. They're heading out on the World Cup circuit with high hopes. If you would like to know more about Seth, here is his website.
Here is Alex' official bio from US Snowboarding.
Our archive piece comes from way back in 1984. I think a lot of the old guides among us will be happy to see George Soule. His decoys and calls are extremely valuable. If you have one get it appraised.
Alfond-Lunder Family Pavillion is going to be a wonderful addition to Colby. It's a beautifully designed space and it is sure to be a landmark for a long time to come. I can't wait to get up there and see it when it opens on July 13, 2013.
For more information on Colby, the designer and the builder, click on the following links.
Thanks for tuning in!