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Happy Thanksgiving!

We’re thankful for all of you! And of course our wonderful backyard. Happy Thanksgiving!  

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No More BWCA Lottery after 2018, oh well

It isn’t a big deal to those of us who prefer to canoe and camp in the Boundary Waters using entry points on the Gunflint Trail. There really hasn’t been a need to use the USFS lottery system to obtain

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Voyageur Canoe Crew Wedding Reunion

This weekend a very special ceremony took place at Camp du Nord near Ely, Minnesota.  Adam Maxwell and Neva were united in marriage.  Adam worked at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters for a number of years and has the spirit of a

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Boundary Waters Peace and Quiet?

  I sometimes wonder how silence can be so welcoming to some and not to others. I find it wonderful to be away from vehicle alarms, horns, sirens, traffic and chatter. When it’s noisy it interrupts my connection to the

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Awesome Boundary Waters Trip

  It’s so nice to get these kind of emails from our guests. We love it when happy campers send us photos from their trip or emails with highlights of their trip.  Feel free to send yours our way!  

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A Beautiful View in the BWCA

I love the view from a hammock!

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Seagull Lake Palisades

One of my favorite day trips into the Boundary Waters is to the Seagull Lake palisades. It’s a fairly quick paddle to the palisades from the Trail’s End Campground.There are a few different routes you can paddle depending upon what

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Summer Sunsets on Saganaga

  There are some gorgeous sunsets in the canoe country. These sunsets can sometimes be made even more beautiful with the help of a hazy sky due to distant forest fires.   This was the case on Saganaga a week

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Boundary Waters Worms- Spread the Word, Not the Worm

On a recent canoe camping trip in the Boundary Waters my friend lifted up our tent ground cloth and discovered a worm beneath it. I shouted, “Quick, grab it and kill it!” I’d like to say I’m not a regular

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Bears in the Boundary Waters

It’s been a few years since we’ve heard of any bear complaints from folks in the Boundary Waters. Our guests haven’t had any trouble this year but other visitors to the BWCA have. The USFS informed us of the following.

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