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See Who Survived the Rapids in This Year’s Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race!

Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race Year 2019! The Race Is On!

Happy Easter everyone!!!!!!What an amazing day it was at the 53 annual Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race! It was so much fun. I grew up watching 6 mile falls live on the news and see all of the brave men and women out battleing the river and have a blast! Today I was able to see it first hand and not only that but had the honor of meet Sonny Colburn one of the foundors of this amazing event!The rain was going down on and off all day pretty hard but it did not dampin anyones spirtis!!! A massive thanks to the Bangor Maine Fire Department and Lincoln Fire Department and Kenduskeag Fire-Rescue for all the hard work in the water today!!I hope you enjoy the video and if you do make sure to like and follow the page and feel free to give this a video a share! And please make sure if you know some of the racers in this video that you tag them and share it with them!!Also a big thanks to my sponsor for this video Box Of Maine!!! Please make sure to stop on by there page and say hi! If you live out of state and love Maine this is what you need!! Make sure to Go Discover Something Awesome!!!If your not already and you want more of the adventures make sure to follow me on IG https://www.instagram.com/jeremyt.grant/#GoDiscoverSomethingAwesome

Posted by The Timber Cross on Sunday, April 21, 2019

Jeremy Grant from The Timber Cross on Facebook posted this amazing recap of the 53rd annual Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race! It’s a Maine spring tradition, and you just might get a little wet. Check it out!

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