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BWCA Campsite Mess

What can a person conclude after coming across a BWCA campsite that looks like the one in the video does?  The video shows a campsite on Tuscarora Lake which is normally accessed via the Missing Link entry point into the

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Another Reason to Love the Boundary Waters

We know the Boundary Waters are a magical place. We long for the solitude and serenity found on a wilderness campsite. In the BWCA we know we are relatively “safe.” There are numerous examples of what I mean and one

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Happy Summer Solstice

It’s a wonderful time of the year when the nights are short and the days are long. The sun is high in the sky and stays out longer than any other day of the year. It’s the start of summer

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Boundary Waters Mishaps

What’s going on with people in the Boundary Waters these days? Getting lost, shooting yourself in the butt and shooting rapids are the latest happenings in the BWCA. Sheriff: Camper Accidentally Shoots Himself In Buttocks Near BWCA June 15, 2017 8:17

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Boundary Waters Expo on the Gunflint Trail

Do you have plans for next weekend? Come visit us at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters and plan to spend some time at the Boundary Waters Expo! Boundary Waters Expo | June 17-18, 2017 Join us at the third annual Boundary Waters

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Boundary Waters Search Party

What I’m about to tell you is not a joke and it’s all second hand information. If it tastes like a fish and smells like a fish then it is probably fish, at least fishy in this case. Saturday evening

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A Little Advice

I am by nature a very sarcastic person. Some people don’t realize when I’m being serious or sarcastic. Today I am being serious about a serious situation. By now most of you have heard about the couple who were “lost”

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Good News for Hikers in the BWCA

Martin Kubik is determined to see the 27-mile long Powow Trail open for hiking. The trail travels through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and was damaged during the 2011 Pagami Creek Fire. The trail is near Isabella and while

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Volunteer Opportunities in the Forest

The Northwoods Volunteer Connection held an open house at Voyageur Brewing Company last night. They partner with the USFS Superior National Forest and other local organizations to offer volunteer opportunities in the forest which includes the BWCA. Among the other

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Disappearing Ice on Saganaga

The Boundary Waters are becoming liquid once again. The ice is slowly disappearing and Matt and Cassidy took advantage of the open water the other day to take a boat ride. Here’s a video and some photos they took.

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