Maine Guide for Tourist
GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION LANDS
Covering a sizable area in eastern Maine, lands owned by the Georgia-Pacific Corporation are open for public recreation. Active logging takes place on the lands. Included in the region are a number of lakes and rivers.
Activities: Canoeing is available on many of the rivers and lakes, as is fishing. Hunting is permitted in season.
Camping Regulations: Camping is allowed at designated sites, which are located along the St. Croix River and at some of the lakes. A state fire permit is required in order to have a campfire, and this must be obtained in advance.
For Further Information: Georgia-Pacific Corporation Lands, Woodland, ME 04694; (207)427-3311.
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Of her crew of 18, ten Norwegians and one Latvian were lost, three of the survivors being picked up by the 3782-ton Norwegian steamer Dole (1912 – Mrs. Z. Heinrichsons, Riga) and four by the 1114-ton Norwegian steamer Vim (1913 – AS Victor Mullers Rederi, Bergen). All the survivors were landed at Methil. The wreck, possibly that of the Norwegian steamer, is orientated in a NE to SW direction. It lies on a seabed of fine sand in a general depth of 90 m (LAT). The wreck appears to be intact and is upright, with the superstructure still visible. It covers an area of 61 m in length by 16 m across and stands 6 m high. This should make an excellent boat-angling venue, as large numbers of fish can be detected on the echo sounder. If it is the Gudveig, the bell will be inscribed: Robert M&rsk 1920.