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America's Great Loop Cruisers' Association
(AGLCA)TM is an organization of people who share a sense of adventure and a curiosity about America's Great Loop. Our association's primary purpose is to disseminate information and enhance the overall experience for those learning about, dreaming of, as well as exploring and safely cruising --America's Great Loop. Explore our site! There is much to see!
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Great Loop Radio: On this week's podcast, Platinum Looper Joe Pica shares details on a popular side trip up the Cumberland River to Nashville.  Find out why this is the perfect side trip for the fall season.
Great Loop Radio:  This week's episode (at 10 AM Eastern today or on demand later) shares information on what many consider the most moving and somber historic site along the Great Loop route, Shiloh National Military Park.  Charlie Spearman, a Park Ranger at Shiloh, shares details of this Civil War battle that saw more casualties than all previous American wars leading up to that time.
Great Loop Radio:  On this week's podcast, join us for an important discussion on safety! Captain Henry Marx of Landfall talks about the gear needed to safely navigate the Great Loop, including what items to have aboard for crossing open water.
Great Loop Radio:  Learn about two individuals, Matthew Pierce and Margo Pelligrino, who are paddling the Loop separately for two great causes!  Listen on demand. 
Looper Lifestyle Seminar: November 11th and 12th in Charleston, South Carolina. Click for details.
Great Loop Radio:  This week's guest is Tanya Binford who completed the Loop solo.  She will discuss her new book, Crossing the Wake. Listen live today at 10 AM eastern or listen later on demand.
Call to Action:  New York Harbor commercial marine interests have asked the US Coast Guard to consider 10 commercial vessel anchorages on the Hudson River from Yonkers to Kingston, New York.  If approved, the anchorages totaling more than 2,400 acres would allow storage of up to 43 articulated barges carrying Bakken oil between Albany and New York Harbor.  The Boat Owners Association of the US (BoatUS) encourages Hudson River boaters to let their voices be heard on the proposal by submitting comments to the US Coast Guard before September 7.  For additional information, read this press release from BoatUS.
Great Loop Radio:  Listen to this week's podcast on demand. Looper and Chicago native, Mike O'Malley, shares advice on marinas, sites, restaurants and how to get around the Windy City.
Great Loop Radio:  Today's radio show will feature Wendy and Bobby Wilson who are about to start the Loop with four children and one of them has special medical needs.  They will inspire you to work through any obstacles to make your dream of the Great Loop a reality.
Additional Fall Event: We just announced a Fall Mini-Rendezvous! Click for details.
Fall Rendezvous: The agenda is now available. Click here!



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