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Ham Lake Fire May 25, 2007

5/25 business as usual? Some of you have asked how Voyageur is after the Ham Lake Fire.  A wildfire is an amazing force with a mind of its own.  It is unpredictable and relies on many variables to determine how and where

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Ham Lake Fire May 23, 2007

5/23 roadblocks Yesteday the road block at the Cross River was removed and once again traffic was allowed to travel to the end of the Gunflint Trail.  Members of the Gunflint Trail Association and the community at large gathered together

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Ham Fire May 21st, 2007

May 21 100% contained The Ham Lake Fire was officially contained on the U.S. side at 6:00 PM on Saturday, May 19, 2007.  At that time overall containment of the fire was 65% but I’m sure it is more now. 

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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 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 Fire May 6, 2007

I wrote two entries in my blog on the 6th of May in 2007. One was in the morning and one was in the evening. In the morning we were hopeful the fire was going to burn out into the

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Moose Rescued on the Gunflint Trail

A moose fell through the ice on Hungry Jack Lake on the Gunflint Trail yesterday. Luckily someone saw it and gathered some folks to respond.  Cabin owners and the Gunflint Trail Volunteer Fire Department responded and were able to pull

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Ham Run Half-Marathon and 5k

Looking for an excuse to visit the Gunflint Trail before fishing opener? Come run the Ham Half Marathon or 5k, it’s a great route at the end of the Gunflint Tail.

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Most Moose

I love this time of the year because it is when we see our neighborhood moose the most often. We find them licking salt off of the road! Cassidy and Matt saw these two hanging out the other evening.

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