Riders prepare for the start of the 11th annual Tour de Merrymeeting Bay on Aug. 2, sponsored by the Brunswick Topsham Land Trust and Topsham Parks and Recreation Department, to benefit The Head of Tide Park, a land trust property in Topsham. Co-Chairwomen Pam LeDuc of Topsham Parks and Angela Twitchell, executive director of BTLT, left, are sending off the more than 50 riders.
The 15-foot waterfall at Head of the Tide. Stewardship of the property is in part maintained by funds raised by the Tour de Merrymeeting Bay.
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