Rangeley Lakes

Range′ley Lakes′

(ˈreɪndʒ li) n.pl.
a group of lakes in W Maine.
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Staff have also built a carriage based on the concept of the parlor car used on the Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad in Maine.
Honored guests and speakers include Mark Wenger, executive director/CEO of the ATC; Judy Morton, executive director of the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce; Tim Kane, town manager of Rangeley, Maine; Hawk Metheny, New England regional director of the ATC; Clare Long, National Park Service liaison for the Appalachian National Scenic Trail; Carole Hass, executive director of the Maine A.T.
Active in public sector folklore, she is the folklorist at the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum and is on the executive boards of several cultural groups.
Goodwin, bought an old farm in Phillips, Maine, in the Rangeley Lakes region near the Canadian border.
Some of them are from such exotic locales as Belize, while others are from somewhat less distant locales, such as the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia, the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, Yosemite National Park in California and the Rangeley Lakes region in Maine.
The Rangeley Lakes region of western Main is an area dominated by four big lakes and linked by streams.
Graydon and Leslie Hilyard in Carrie Stevens (see review in On the Bookshelf) have portrayed yet another important chapter in the history of our sport--the epic of the Rangeley Lakes region and its legendary fly tier Carrie Stevens.
2, the Saddleback Challenge takes place at Rangeley Lakes Trail Center in Rangeley, Maine.
Two horizontal full-page paintings of brook trout by Mark Sussino lead the preface and the Stevens section, and a color foldout of the Maine flies follows a section on the history of the Rangeley Lakes region and its two most famous fly-fishing luminaries--Stevens and Herb Welch.