Thinking about the Boundary Waters

paddling the BWCAWThe days are getting longer, the temperatures are getting warmer and the strength of the sun’s rays are getting stronger. It is only March yet it feels a bit more like April and that has me dreaming about canoe camping trips in the Boundary Waters.

Maybe we’ll be able to take an early spring trip this year if it stays this warm…

Where are we going to camp this year if the Canadian border doesn’t open?

I wonder if both kids will be able to join us for a week long trip this summer…

portage trail boundary watersWhile some of the answers to these questions will remain unanswered for awhile yet I know one thing is for sure. I can’t wait to spend time in the BWCA this summer! I need to spend time in the Boundary Waters and make it a top summer priority. I look at my calendar and pencil in all of the possible dates and paddling partners available. Time spent in the wilderness is sacred to me because it recharges me like nothing else. There are other types of relaxing vacations and cool places to paddle but there isn’t anything I have found that compares to the Boundary Waters.

Are you dreaming about the Boundary Waters? If you want help planning your trip then give us a call, there’s nothing we’d rather talk about than the BWCA.  218-388-2224

solitude in the BWCA

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