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Fall on the Gunflint Trail

It hardly feels like the first day of fall with the temperature at 8am reading 67 degrees at the end of the Gunflint Trail. But the calendar says it’s true so we must believe what it says. I for one

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Hiking on the Gunflint Trail- Northern Light Trail

I’m usually in a hurry to get to town when I’m driving from the end of the Gunflint Trail to Grand Marais.  The other day I had a few extra minutes so I decided to stop and take a hike.

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A Splash of Color on the Gunflint Trail

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder. We’ve had a couple of nights this past week that have dropped down to 30 degrees! The highs are still up into the high 60’s and 70’s during the

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Another Reason to Spend Time at the End of the Gunflint Trail

We’re number one on the Bortle Scale! What does that mean? Read about it here or check out this video to find out. KBJR 6 Your Weather Authority: News, Weather & Sports

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Torn Between Two Worlds

There is a book called, “A Life in Two Worlds,” actually when I googled it there are two but the one I’m referring to is about Betty Powell-Skoog. She tells of her life in two worlds, the first part of

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Oh Deer on the Gunflint

We’ve been seeing a little buck around Voyageur at the end of the Gunflint Trail lately. We haven’t seen many deer in the past few years and many of us think that is a good thing. When the deer population

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Wildlife Wonders of the Canoe Country

I sometimes wonder about wildlife in the canoe country. In July our family paddled across the Quetico Park from Beaverhouse Lake to Cache Bay, under 100 miles but pretty close. You would think in that vast area of wilderness there

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Colors Changing on the Gunflint Trail

We’re beginning to see some color changes on the Gunflint Trail. Maybe it was the hot, dry spell we had that started the transformation of colors? Whatever the reason we’re not ready for summer to be over quite yet. There’s

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Changes Quickly and Slowly

If you’re waiting for a person to get rid of a bad habit or start a new healthy habit it seems to take forever. Compare that slow change to how quickly things in nature sometimes change. Wildflowers and plants in

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Common Sense Blueberry Picking

It is that time of the year and there are blueberrie pickers on the Gunflint Trail. While the picking isn’t ideal there are blueberries to be found. There are some blue, quite a few green and even some places where

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