South Twin Lakes: Are They Helpful Or Harmful?

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September 2006 South twin lake, a cold blistery day with an intense northwest wind of at-least 30 mph. No place for anyone to be, especially twelve Bowdoin students. As my grandmother was pealing potatoes for dinner she noticed an astonishing sight. Twelve students in six canoes ineffectively attempting to paddle up the lake. It was very obvious they were in trouble and needed assistance. Both of my grandparents enthusiastically signaled them into shore. I watched along side asking an overabundance of questions. My grandmother graciously invited the wet, tired and confused college students into her home. As a timid seven year old, talking to these students seemed like an petrifying task. I observed how they spoke and conducted themselves, educated,
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