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Living Life

Writing seems to be placed on the back burner more and more; well at least for blogging’s sake. We are always writing within our minds, interpreting the bustling of life around us. 566 more words

An Environmental History of Minnesota Lakes

Minnesota abounds with the most pristine nature I have ever experienced. I have met so many Minnesotans who are connected to the land, and who know the stars because they can see layers and clusters of stars because there is no light pollution. 709 more words

Garden And Nature

Journal Time

Here’s a poem written during journal time by Lulu, a peer leader on one of our Boundary Waters Expeditions this summer:

Life is a battlefield filled with all of the ups and downs I have faced over my lifetime. 

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Big City Mountaineers

Meet the Pack ~ International Wolf Center, Ely, MN

Advice from a Wolf ~ Trust your instincts.  Be at home in nature.  Keep your den clean. Stand fur what you believe.  Howl with your friends.   686 more words

Our Travels

Boundary Waters - day five

We had made the decision the night before to head all the way to Mudro where our truck was parked. Hubby kept feeling bad that we were coming out a day early; like we had taken some kind of short cut or something. 763 more words


Boundary Waters - day three

We woke to a beautiful morning and with the sun rising we were able to set out our stuff to dry and air out. Hubby got the coffee going as we re-organized our gear and cooked breakfast. 783 more words


Boundary Waters - day one

We got up at 4am so that we could leave the hotel in Minneapolis by 4:30am to reach our destination around 9am. It was one early morning! 678 more words