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End of Season Canoe Sale

End of Season Canoe Sale

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New Item: Malone Kayak Trailers

New Item: Malone Kayak Trailers

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Malone Auto Racks is the fastest growing rack accessory company in North America with a track record of over 10 years of industry leadership and innovation. Their products are sold in over 1,500 outdoor online and retail stores located throughout the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe.

Operating from the Coast of Maine has helped them stay true to their mission and our values. Everything they produce must be “Simple to sell – Simple to install – Simple to use”. Their products are built to enhance their customers’ enjoyment of the rivers, lakes and oceans while minimizing your carbon footprint through aerodynamic transport design and complete material recycling through the Malone Recycling Program with

Large display of Malone Carriers in our Sporting Goods Department

EcoMaine. Your transport needs will change over time. If you decide to replace your aging system with the newest and latest Malone innovation, you can send any Malone product back to them for green disposal under the Malone Recycling Program. This process is made possible through a partnership with EcoMaine, a new state of the art recycling facility located here in Maine.

Our staff at Indian Hill Trading Post recognizes the needs of our customers which is why we carry a large selection of Malone Carriers. Contact our Sporting Goods Department today with any questions at 207.695.2104 or stop by. They will be happy to assist you. Also ask about special pricing with the purchase of a new Old Town Kayak or Canoe.

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Celebrate National Rainier Cherry Day at Indian Hill…on sale $3.99 lb.

Rainier cherries are a variety of sweet cherry with a distinct golden yellow color and partial to full red blush. They originated in 1952 after Harold W. Fogel and other researchers from the Washington Agriculture Experiment Station in Prosser, WA crossed the Bing & Van cherry varieties.

Rainier cherries are the sweetest of all cherry varieties, with sugar, or Brix, levels ranging from 17 to 23 percent. They are delicate and have a juice that is second-to-none. In general, Rainier cherries grow a size or two larger than dark-sweet cherry varieties. They are best eaten fresh out-of-hand.

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