The cycling world on the North Shore is dynamic. The leaders of the biking community are constantly looking for different ways to bring in new riders and tell the experienced ones about routes that they might not have considered. Whether bumping around on the gravel roads in the woods or rolling seamlessly
The land called Canada has been home to many indigenous people and cultures for over 10,000 years. Even the Vikings settled
Now is the time to plan your warm-weather adventure. Northern Wilds writers have come up with four destination expeditions, including hiking, canoeing, kayaking and fly-in fishing. These all require more planning than the typical weekend excursion, but they’re all worth the effort.
You know you are in a good place when a painted turtle welcomes you. | SALLY A. DUNN
When I’m finally called to the big fishing camp in the sky, there will be an alder swamp waiting for me. A celestial ghillie will outfit me with a fly rod, a box of flies, a pair of chest waders and hopefully some bug dope.
Then the ghillie will say, “Sir, if you head off
If you’re interested in protecting Minnesota’s water resources for generations to come, Duluthian and renown conservationist Dave Zentner has the solution—and it’s you.
“There is no elixir, but I think that the environmental conservation movement has to move back to neighbor-to-neighbor
Donio-King and her niece Tanesha Donio in the background. Michelle is holding a pickerel she caught in Sioux Lookout. | MICHELLE DONIO-KING
Michelle Donio-King’s most defining feature is her laugh. It accents her playful charm and is the key to understanding her adventurous and giving spirit.
Born in Toronto, around age two Donio-King and her family moved to Northwestern Ontario, just outside of Jellicoe. She was