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Miles 4082-4745: Water Water Everywhere

In the morning, at our free dispersed campspot in the Paul Bunyan State Forest, the bugs are less terrible, but we see more ticks than we did last night – yeesh. 1,887 more words

Outdoors

Going Off the Grid on MDW

K jokes with me all the time that I am a terrible naturalist and environmentalist for not loving camping.

I did not grow up camping, so it was something I was never really exposed to. 291 more words

Advocacy

Are you ready for your Boundary Waters Canoe Trip?

Boundary Waters canoe trip planning should be stress-free and fun.  Here are some step to help you with that.

  1. Who’s going?  Your group make up will help us determine which canoe route is best for your group. 
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BWCA Route Suggestion

Where did Spring go?

The robins are running around asking the same question.  Northern Minnesota at its finest. Snow will not stop us from getting the resort ready for opening on May 13th.  75 more words

Things To Do

Minnesotans fight to keep mining out of the Boundary Waters region

This is a piece I originally wrote for my newspaper, but I was unable to find a good source with an opposite viewpoint to balance the story out. 1,280 more words

Wildlife

All Dressed up ~ Trader Joe's Instant Coffee

Well – I am a sucker for coffee and having a bit of Joe out in the back-country is no exception.  At home, I prefer my coffee straight up – black. 597 more words

Camping

Environmental Legacy: Twin Metals and Beyond

This past Thursday, I attended a forum on the Twin Metals proposed mining in the Boundary Waters area.  If you don’t know about Twin Metals, here’s the rundown: 918 more words

Dylan Nordberg