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    North Yarmouth resident Rob Wood navigates a stretch of the waterway on the Royal River Water Trail from New Gloucester to Yarmouth.

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    Members of the Royal River Conservation Trust take a break while paddling the river.

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    Kiosks, such as this one along East Elm Street in Yarmouth, have made the waterway more friendly and accessible.

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    Fred Fauver of the Royal River Conservation Trust and Amy Aldredge of the Yarmouth Historical Society, in the canoe to the left, paddle along with Kyle Warren of the RRCT and Yarmouth resident Rob Wood, in the canoe on the right.

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    Canoes emerge from the shadow of a bridge along the waterway.

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    Paddlers pass under a railroad bridge on the Royal River.

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    Fauver and Aldredge navigate a stretch of the waterway.

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    Canoes rest at the public launch at Wescustogo Park in North Yarmouth.

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