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Things to Do: Connecticut River Tidelands

The Connecticut River Boating Guide: Source to Sea (3rd edition)
by the Connecticut River Watershed Council (Falcon, 2007)

River Days: Exploring the Connecticut River and Its History from Source to Sea
by Michael Tougias (Appalachian Mountain Club, 2001)

Tidewaters of the Connecticut River:
An Explorer’s Guide to Hidden Coves and Marshes

by Thomas J. Maloney (River’s End Press, 2001)

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One Response to Things to Do: Connecticut River Tidelands

  1. christine Vagell December 28, 2011 at 4:04 pm #

    I’ve enjoyed kayaking out from a Stonington boat launch, sunning on a sandy island nearby, then finish the day with a delicious meal in Mystic at the S&p Oyster bar! In June to October it’s been grand!

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