Along the Shore
It may come as a surprise to many people, but the Boundary Waters and Quetico are really not great locations for wildlife photography. Why?
These vast wilderness areas are largely boreal forest, a habitat type that has relatively low densities of wildlife, and of those species that
“This is the last bike we’re buying you,” we said to my 11-year old son. He’s bigger than my wife now and has the same size feet as me. His “29er” mountain bike is dangerously close to being nicer than mine. I suddenly realized we’d reached the end of the evolution of family bicycles.
The Lakehead has been a cultural melting pot since the Fur Trade era over 200 years ago. | THUNDER BAY TOURISM
An ambitious waterfront development project is transforming once-industrial Thunder Bay into the cultural center of northwestern Ontario. The project has become a catalyst for downtown revitalization. The opening of several acclaimed new restaurants within walking distance of the water has led to
The Minnesota DNR is seeking volunteers to help monitor the loon population in Cook and Lake counties in northeastern Minnesota. Volunteers are needed for one day during the June 24 through July 4 monitoring period.
For the past 20 years, with the assistance of hundreds of volunteer observers, the
Head to the Baggage Building Arts Centre at Prince Arthur’s Landing for the 5th annual Waterfront Artist’s Exhibition, June 2-25. Then, enjoy an art sale June 24-25, featuring one-of-a-kind gems and treasures. With 20 local creators,
Kayaking is one of the activities offered through the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. | Submitted
Duluth—There’s a group in Duluth that’s empowering people with medical conditions, injuries and disabilities to lead active, healthy lifestyles and get back out in the community. It’s called Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
“We provide safe, fun learning