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Ham Fire May 20, 2007

More good news The USFS has decided to re-open the lakes at the end of the Gunflint Trail on May 22nd.  This is also the same day non-residents will be allowed past the roadblock at Gunflint Narrows Road.  Due to

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Ham Fire May 19th, Part 2

May 19 Home We haven’t been this happy since the 4th of May.  The Sheriff’s Department decided to let the residents of the end of the Gunflint Trail go home today.  Good thing too because we were prepared to cover

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Ham Fire May 19th, 2007 Part 1

Many of the residents of the Gunflint Trail that were evacuated are now back at home. They are busy getting settled back in and for the business owners it’s back to business as usual. After all, it is the Canadian

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Ham Fire May 17, 2007

Lost a Day I’m not sure how it happened, but I lost a day somewhere.  I didn’t sleep it away either.  I can’t even remember what I did yesterday, but somehow I forgot to put an entry into my blog. 

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Ham Lake Fire May 15th 2007

It’s hard to imagine a fire that started on Ham Lake traveled all of the way to Saganaga, but it did.  We know that because we have seen one of the many paths of destruction, the end of the Gunflint Trail. 

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Ham Lake Fire May 14, 2007

  It looks like the people of Grand Marais are good dancers, better than the ones on the Gunflint Trail.  I checked the weather station at Seagull and it looks like we only received .08″ of rain last night while

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Ham Lake Fire May 13th, 2007

I apologize to all of my Canadian neighbors for not keeping up on what the Ham Lake Fire is doing up there.  After the fire raged through Sag Lake Trail it jumped the narrows and started burning on the East

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Ham Fire May 12, 2007

This entry was actually a second entry on one of the days. It describes in more detail what happened on the 6th of May and into the 7th. the next day Anyone who has been following my blog knows the

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Ham Fire May 11, 2007

We experienced another evacuation of the Gunflint Trail.  Marilyn, Ian, Theresa, Abby, Josh and our animals are all safe in Grand Marais.  The community of Grand Marais has been remarkable during this entire event.  The firefighters are doing everything they

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Ham Lake Fire May 10, 2007

Weather Forecast and Evacuation- Current time: May 10, 2007 – 7:01 CDT Most Recent Observations at May 10, 2007 – 6:04 CDT 6:04 The current temperature at the Seagull Guard Station is 63 degrees.  Dew Point is 43.5, Humidity 49%,

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