Boundary Waters Bliss

     There’s no place like the Boundary Waters Canoe Area and no place I would rather spend my time.  It just doesn’t get any better than paddling the wilderness lakes of the Boundary Waters Wilderness.  Our Voyageur Canoe Outfitter Crew has been able to get out canoeing in the Boundary Waters on various occasions this summer and they always have wonderful experiences to share when they return.
     Tessa, Chelsea and Alex went into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area last week for a quick overnight canoe trip.  They paddled and portaged and found a wonderful site to call home.  While enjoying their evening campfire they were serenaded by the howling of a pack of wolves and the excited barks of their wolf pups.  Good thing
Rugby my guard dog was along so he could keep the wolves at bay.  Unfortunately the wolves never showed themselves and the crew had to be content with just listening to them.  It’s a rare treat to hear wolves in the Boundary Waters Wilderness and even rarer to see the elusive animal.
      A day trip into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area can be just as wonderful.  Tessa took her friends on a canoe trip to show them two of the wonderful BWCA waterfalls.  A long paddle and a few portages found them swimming in the pool at the top of
JohnsonFalls. More paddling through the Boundary Waters and they were walking the famed Stairway Portage and enjoying the waterfall and views of RoseLake
     Short or long a Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness adventure is always rewarding.  Whether it’s wolves or waterfalls or just the peaceful surroundings there’s no better place to spend time than in the Boundary Waters.