th century, staying at this camp was a once in a lifetime opportunity. The history is rich as is the experience. We spent two days and one night. One could understand why people came for a summer.
Rangeley Boats. One was built by H.N. Ellis. I had the honor of rowing my kids and dog in that boat. It's kind of like batting practice with one of Ted William's bats. I tried to imagine all the past guides who rowed those boats, smoothed the oar handles with a season's worth of calluses and worked with that water with an intimacy rarely found in today's world. I lifted my beer later that night in a silent toast to those ghosts. Humbled.