Bailey hails from Appleton, Wisconsin and recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Biology degree. She grew up playing outdoors; camping, hiking, swimming and kayaking, and values what she has learned from making the outdoors her playground. Along with enjoying the simple things outdoors, Bailey has been a dancer all of her life and has lots of experience working with kids during summer camp. She is thrilled to be living on the North Shore and can’t wait to keep exploring this beautiful place.
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Recent Articles by Bailey Wolding
New to the outdoors? Just go for it!
Lutsen—The North Shore draws people like a magnet. Some people are pulled to it for its unique art culture; some for the ability to find peace and quiet from otherwise busy lives; and some for its quaint atmosphere of great food and northern shops. Still, others find themselves vacationing and living here for the abundance of outdoor adventure opportunities. Adam Krey, director of activities at Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior, is one of many who couldn’t say no to the countless trails, wide open water, and impressively maintained cross-country ski…
Finding the proper elder care resources
North Shore—It can be a difficult time when a loved one loses the ability to properly care for themselves, but taking the time to find the proper elder care option can benefit everyone. “The most important factor in choosing a facility is to keep the elder close to family and the community that they are connected to,” said Belinda Hudler, the activities director at the Care Center in Grand Marais. “It is also important for the family member to be able to participate in events in the community. This gives them…
Naniboujou Lodge is up for sale
Grand Marais—Naniboujou, the Cree god often associated with trickery and joy, has been credited with digging Lake Superior, forming the Apostle Islands, and teaching people medicinal skills. The Cree lived in Canada, north of the well-known Naniboujou Lodge on Superior’s shore, while the Ojibwe lived on Minnesota’s shore. The Ojibwe had their own version of a trickster god called Nanabush. No one knows why the founders of Naniboujou Lodge chose Naniboujou over Nanabush as the name of their exclusive club. However, no matter the history, the name Naniboujou is now…