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Continuing the Dance

Ah, the familiar feeling of a summer coming to a close.

It’s mid-August and life is neither how I expected it to be, nor how I feared it would be. 922 more words

My Life

Boundary Waters

The Boundary Waters trip returned home last Saturday with lots and lots of stories. One of the reasons I love that trip is because it presents a unique set of challenges to everyone who goes, but it also puts groups in situations to watch out for each other, and to live/survive together away from distractions (including cell service). 57 more words

Whatnot

Twin Ports Banker Weighs in on USFS Lease Renewal Question

By JT Haines — July 31, 2016

Brian Waldoch is a banker in the Twin Ports area of Minnesota and Wisconsin. He recently attended the… 866 more words

Environment

Spotlight: Miasmata

So I’ve decided to start doing a series of posts all dedicated to a similar idea.  A lot of my posts tend to be really broad, so I wanted these “Spotlight” posts to focus down on a single thing.   1,564 more words

Dylan Nordberg

Summer 2016 Commercial Fatalities

This list is not guaranteed to be accurate. The information is found from web searches and news dispatches. Those references are part of the chart. If you have a source for information on any fatality please leave a comment or contact me. 581 more words

Paddlesports

Angle to Key West: Never Forget the Places You Love


Remember that little trip in a kayak from a few years ago? Remember when I disappeared into a magical string of lakes and rivers stretching along Northern Minnesota to reach Lake Superior? 182 more words

Angle To Key West