Along the Shore
If you’ve spent time fly-fishing on the Gunflint Trail, maybe you’ve met Reuben Swenson. For nearly 25 years, he’s fished and camped along the Trail every summer for weeks or months at a time. For Swenson, age 67, fly fishing is life.
In the 1980s, Swenson divorced and subsequently
Are you interested in getting weekly deliveries of local, organically grown fresh vegetables direct from the farmer this summer?
Well, you’re in luck, because each of the three CSAs which grow vegetables for Cook County residents are still taking subscriptions for the upcoming season.
Two Harbors—The Superior Hiking Trail Association (SHTA) has hired a new executive director. Denny Caneff will lead the SHTA into the future of maintaining, improving, permanently securing and protecting the trail, as well as securing financial
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There’s something that cost-conscious tourists, traveling sports teams and conference coordinators have in common—all are seeking the perfect home base, and all can find what they’re looking for at Lakehead University.
McGuire off-roading in his jeep to Ivan Lake. | PHILIP MCGUIRE
Nipigon—A man of conviction and endless charm, Philip McGuire has lived in the Hurkett, Red Rock and Nipigon areas most of his life. And nothing delights him more than seeing the excitement on people’s faces when he shows them why it’s so great to live along Lake Superior’s North Shore.
Wood frogs are easily identified by the black bandit mask across their eyes, and their duck-like quack given from the water. | EMILY STONE
Each spring, I find myself stepping outside on mild evenings to listen for the frog chorus. If my own wet woods are silent, I’ll pick a warm afternoon to ride my bike slowly down a certain stretch of road where a southwest-facing wetland always seems to thaw first. The rough quacks of wood frogs