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Panorama along Sipayik Walking Trail

Walk at Sipayik, Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Reservation
29 August 2004

Photographs © 2005 Old Sow Publishing

Walking aside Gleason Cove
Walkers hike beside Gleason Cove, just a short distance from the trail head at Pleasant Point Reservation.
Hikers and bicyclists only
The paved waterside and wooded trail is for hikers and bicyclists.
Picnic table and bench
A new picnic table and bench offer views across Gleason Cove to Gleason Point and to Deer Island and the St. George area of New Brunswick.
Beginning the return trip
Participants begin the return walk from the trail's terminus at the housing development, near the corner of Rt-190 and US-1.
Between Western Passage and sweetgrass marsh
Sweetgrass Marsh and Western Passage
The Sipayik Walking Trail traverses between Western Passage (the water at the right in each photograph) and a sweetgrass marsh (to the left in each image).
Second Island in Western Passage
Second Island stands watch in Western Passage.
Nearing the finish
Walkers make their way back to the start of Sipayik Walking Trail.

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