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False sense of security

The late spring has lulled me into a false sense of security. The snow covered ground and ice covered lakes makes one think summer is far away but in reality it’s not. It’s this time of the year we check

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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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Posted in Gunflint Trail

The Wind Will Cease to Blow

Some people who read this blog might argue with me, especially if they were out in the canoe country recently.  I know I have written about this before but it is worth repeating. If it is super windy and wavy

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Crew Canoe Trips

This year’s Voyageur Canoe Outfitter’s crew has been enjoying the canoe country on their day’s off.  I should have them write down all of the days they have spent paddling and camping in the Quetico Park and Boundary Waters and

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