The demand is high as people want to be in the natural world. Dog sledding is such a great way to experience both an adrenaline rush when you first start out and then total peacefulness as you can experience the oneness of dogs and mushers as you pass quietly along the trail. All you hear is the sound of the dogs panting and sled runners gliding over the snow!

Sadly we had to say good bye to Nanook Jr. on Valentine’s Day. It is no surprise that he picked this day to leave us as it will be easy to remember him each February 14th. Nanook had a big presence, very excitable, loving, hard working and father of our last litter of puppies who are some of our best lead dogs now. Nanook lived a good life of 12 1/2 years old…

We were featured in an article for the New York Times which has given us some good publicity. Click here to read the article.

This is a nice mention in the Women’s Adventure Club of Maine’s newsletter written by a woman who brought some people on a weekend dog sledding trip with Polly this winter. Everyone had a great time!

We would like to thank Auden and Becca who have been steady helpers here on the home front and trail all winter, also ski and snowmobile support guides: Mac, Dave, Nini, Sandy, John, Jean, Bryan, Grant, Lee and Brian, we couldn’t do it without you!

It isn’t too early to book a canoeing trip with us this spring, summer or fall. Click here to view our schedule. Here is a video about our canoeing/cultural trips with the Wabanaki to Sugar Island.

Our dog sledding trips are full for the rest of the winter except for a few day trips. Contact us for availability.

We will be hosting a wilderness first aid and open recertification course here April 30 – May 2nd taught by Jon Tierney of Wilderness Medical Associates. For more info contact us.

Hope you have all been enjoying this winter and getting some time outdoors!

Polly, Kevin & all the doggies