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What About the Smell?

Torn- Chapter 4? What about the awful smell this summer in Grand Marais? I know it isn’t good for tourism to complain about how bad it smells in town sometimes but it’s just another thing that makes me want to

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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 Watching on the Gunflint Trail

I have found the secret to viewing wildlife on the Gunflint Trail. All I have to do is leave my camera and phone at home and I’ll see plenty of wildlife. Just the other day I spotted a cow moose

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Voyageur Crew Member Sarah

  Sarah just graduated from the University of Minnesota with a major in Marketing. She has many talents and I’m sure she may change her mind but she says when she grows up she wants to deliver mail on the Gunflint

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Outfitter Crew Member Rachael

Rachael joins us from Shakopee, Minnesota as a recent graduate from Winona State University. You may recall Tony and Hannah as well as a few other previous crew members attended Winona and that’s how Rachael heard about Voyageur. She hasn’t

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BWCA Canoe Outfitter, Giulia

This year we have two female crew members from the East Coast.  Giulia is from Richmond, Virginia and is in her Junior year at Rhodes College studying spanish, anthropology and sociology. Her hobbies include reading, mentoring, running and watching Frontline

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Leading Voyageur Canoe Outfitters

Matt Ritter and Cassidy Bechtold are on their second summer of leading the Voyageur Crew. Matt previously spent a couple of summers at Voyageur and is very familiar with Saganaga Lake.   Matt loves to paddle, camp and fish in

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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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Rugby Dog Rules

“Can the dog go outside? “Yes, he goes anywhere he wants to.” However the dog, Rugby, is going to be 11 years old in October and he is pretty much deaf. He also has no fear of vehicles and has

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Still Time to Paddle the Boundary Waters

Even though it’s August there is still plenty of time to paddle the Boundary Waters.  The end of August is a slower time in the BWCA and September is a magnificent time to take a canoe trip. There are fewer

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