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Old 09-11-2020, 07:02 PM   #4
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Stillwater itself does offer a number opportunities, especially if you are inclined to dayhike to remote sites. although it tends to get a bit windy, particularly even in good clear weather conditions. The isolated town of Beaver River is an interesting destination, with a tavern, inn, and store accesssible only by boat or modified rail car. Summertime motorboats can be annoying, but probably not so much in October. They tend to stick to the centerline "safe channels" anyway, away from shallows and ancient stumps nearer the shoreline. Your guideboat would do well there.
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