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PostPosted: November 1st, 2007, 10:52 am 
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We're working on renewing the Routes folder.
We have no expertise on New Brunswick routes so we hope that the CCRers who post here can be of assistance.
Our first need is to improve CCR's coverage of NB routes. We would appreciate suggestions on how we may get more trip reports for posting.
We would also like to know whether the 4 regions that Richard devised make sense, whether the boundaries he drew are correct, and so.
Finally, are the 4 reports posted for NB placed in the correct subfolders?
Thanks for your assistance.
Yours in paddling, Allan

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Go to this site; http://www.nanookofthenashwaak.com/ and put a message on the forum asking for trip report submissions.
There are a lot of N.B. trip reports on this site.
You might also want to contact the site administrator, Ken Corbett. He has paddled almost every river in N.B.

The divisional boundaries of the province look reasonable. The trip report I posted, "The Chiputneticook Lakes" is in the correct sub folder.
In the future I plan to write more reports about my canoe trips in N.B.. I will make sure to post them on CCR.

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Many thanks, Tom. That's an incredible resource.
And thanks too for the trip reports to come!
Best wishes, Allan

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Just got a massive amount of information from Ken, far more than I asked for.
Thanks, Tom, for the tip.
Yours in paddling, Allan

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Allan Jacobs wrote:
Just got a massive amount of information from Ken, far more than I asked for.
Thanks, Tom, for the tip.
Yours in paddling, Allan


Glad I can help.

N.B. is one of those great paddling areas that tends to slip under the radar.

Great work on the site by the way :clap: .

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Tom

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PostPosted: May 14th, 2009, 11:44 am 
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Hi,
for the northern NB, I have done a few that there's not route for. Give me a few weeks and I'll have some from the Green River(from 3rd lake and from Wild Goose), Madawaska river, Baker Brook river, Kedgwick River and Restigouch. End of May, I'm doing the Upsalquitch, I'll add that too.

Cheers and keep paddling.

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