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We were young kids who grew up in the middle of Duluth. We were married young . Three summers later, Lloyd helped me with the final leg of my journey — to fly again in a float plane — when we flew together into northern Ontario near Hudson Bay to
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A charming retelling of a children?s exemplar in a distinctly Northwoods voiceThere?s a loon, of course. And a Duluth pack. And crop art, Tater Tot hotdish, and, inevitably, deer ticks. The familiar fresh room is set on a pontoon, lit by the moon over a quiet lake. The childhood classicGoodnight Moon is transformed into a must-have for every Minnesota child?s bookshelf. Written and illustrated by two fathers who value sizeable rhymes and the power of simple, evocative illustrations, Goodnight Loon moves the story that so many parents know by will into Northwoods territory. Author Abe Sauer and illustrator Nathaniel Davauer created this book as a tribute to the cherished favorite written by Margaret In the know about become informed Brown. Their faithful homage brings fresh life to a much-loved story. The words rhyme, rock, and soothe with the same accent as the original. Yellow canoes, snowshoes, and a hungry raccoon all make appearances in the room inhabited by a beaver in a sleeping bag and his voyageur colleague. Illustrations inspired by the style of Goodnight Moon will give even the youngest child something to search for on every page. It is the perfect bedtime lyrics for babies, children, and parents looking for a story written especially for their Northwoods little ones. And where else will you find walleye eating rhubarb pie?
Canoeing Wild Rivers
A heart-warming, thoroughly modern, marvelously illustrated guide, Boundary Waters Canoe Camping is aimed at paddlers in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota and covers places to go, planning a canoe trip, navigating, selecting a canoe and rigging it out, selecting equipment, camping and cookery, traveling with children, and dealing with hazards--all brought to you by one of America's most renowned canoeing experts, Cliff Jacobson. This completely updated and revised edition includes more than 100 stunning full color photos, new product ideas, and revised appendices. GPS navigation information has been added, and a new chapter on solo canoeing details how to paddle, portage and pack these personal-sized watercraft. Also new is a section with sage advice from some of the top...
The 30th Anniversary Edition of the classic Expedition Canoeinghas long been considered the premier guide to canoeing and exploring North America's waterways. This thirtieth-anniversary edition expertly details everything you need to know about paddling the continent's wild rivers. Outdoors writer and wilderness canoe guide Cliff Jacobson draws on his thirty-plus years of river running to give you sound advice, fresh new ideas, and advanced techniques for canoeing in the wilderness. Completely updated and revised, inside you'll find dozens of full-color photos, how-to illustrations, source charts, canoeing and camping tricks, a chapter full of hard-won advice from more than twenty-five of Jacobson's fellow canoeing experts, and a brand new chapter devoted to paddling desert and swamp...
For all of them, these friendships were deepened in the outdoors — paddling, hunting, camping, skiing. We asked readers to share the stories of their outdoor friendships. Robert Stafne, Duluth, and wife, the late Cindy Stafne. A little over a year ago I lost my canoeing, hiking and cross-country skiing partner. Cindy was my partner and best friend for 52 years. We were young kids who grew up in the middle of Duluth. We were married young and raised a family young. We both had a love of the outdoors and spent a lot of time there, especially after our kids were raised. We bought a 12-by-16-foot shack on the north shore of Caribou Lake near Lutsen in 1975. We fixed it up and added on, but it remained very rustic — no running water or inside plumbing. When it rained, we would stand under the end of the rain gutter for a shower or, of course, jump in the lake for baths. From this place, we ventured out to explore the North Shore of Lake Superior and inland. Our adventures were usually done with just the two of us. In the summer we did a lot of canoeing in a 17-foot Alumacraft canoe (quite heavy but very stable). Many mornings we would get up at sunrise and canoe down the north shore of Caribou Lake into Bigsby Lake and then up Murmur Creek. It was always good for our soul, with the sun shining over the palisades on the east end of the lake. Many times a family of otters would surround us, snorting and hissing. At times there would be a moose in the water at the end of the lake. We also did many trips to our favorite lake in the BWCAW, Brule Lake, and the lakes around it. Believe me, it was a lot more fun skinny-dipping after a day of canoeing and portaging with the love of your life than with some stinky guy with a... I remember the time when we were camped on the Cones (North, Middle and South Cone Lakes) off of Brule, when we could hear a bear sniffing around the perimeter of our tent. I told Cindy, “I sure am glad you told me to put our food out on the little rock island. In the fall especially, we would hike many stretches of the Superior Hiking Trail. Of course, we had our favorites. One summer we hiked up every stream on the North Shore from Silver Bay to Hovland. We spent a lot of time on the lakes, streams and trails. Cindy taught me about every wildflower and plant, and I taught her how to read the signs of the critters that had been on the trail ahead of us. We also would go up to the cabin on Caribou in the winter, usually for the weekend. A lot of times, we went to shovel the roof. We would just get the place warmed up enough by the time we had to go home. We did a lot of cross-country skiing, sometimes at night with a full moon. We always knew we were blessed to experience what we did together when the stresses of daily life got to us. Life was always better when we were in nature. We didn’t do as much in the past five years as we used to, but we still managed to get out in nature as much as we could. Cindy passed away from brain cancer on June 6, 2015. I have lots of good memories, but I don’t think I can go in that canoe anymore without that girl sitting in the bow. John Johnson, Duluth, and friend Ron Marsaa, Duluth. Ron Marsaa and I have been best friends for decades. Our annual BWCAW adventure together began 25 years ago. Dozens of portages and dozens of lakes later, I still steer our tandem canoe and he paddles in the bow. He does all the work — at least that’s what he tells me. We have learned a lot over the years. The first year when we went to Alton Lake, we packed a big, heavy pot to boil water in so we could make spaghetti. On our 10-day trip this year, we packed delicious freeze-dried meals. We learned not to carry heavy coolers full of beer. We literally have a list of what to pack now and what not to. We’ve had adventures on so many islands and rustic campsites on so many lakes. I can’t count how many fish we’ve caught and laughs we’ve shared. We laugh a lot. Some nights around our campfire we talk into the wee hours of the morning. You see so many more than you ever do in the city. We have many planning meetings months before our departure. We both know we can completely count on each other during the good times we’ve had — and the not-good times. One year Ron sliced a finger to the bone when a foldable camp saw.
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