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The stealth craft in it’s natural habitat, by Bill Davenport

Here are a couple of pictures, not what I’m really looking for but. . .
I took the W down the Indianhead River out to the confluence with the North River in Hanover Massachusetts, at low tide. That required at bit of portaging, another plus for Wavewalk, I wouldn’t want to have to get in and out of a normal kayak ten times in a quarter mile…
From where I put in the water was quite shallow for a half mile or so and most of it was navigable. At the mile point everything is more open and more of a tidal river.
Lots of black ducks, even though they weren’t cooperative. One hooded merganser which will be mounted.
Hope all is well,


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