Minnesota is known for many Scandinavians, so it’s no surprise that the Knife River Julebyen event, now in its third year, is a big hit.
Julebyen (pronounced Yool-eh-be-en), means Christmas Village in Norwegian. This two-day family-friendly event features all things
A sound changes everything. It might be a branch breaking, crunching leaves or a couple of hesitant footsteps. The moment you hear it, you know a deer is approaching. Time stops. Suddenly your world is wholly in the moment.
Just because you can hear a deer doesn’t mean that
Moose are the iconic species of the Northern Wilds. Those of us who live here regard the biggest beasts in the woods as our neighbors. For visitors, the sighting of a moose ambling along a backroad or grazing on water lilies in a quiet lake is the highlight of their trip. Every October, Grand Marais
My first impression of single-track biking at Pincushion Mountain, was that I would have been better off on foot.
I strapped on my helmet in the parking lot and took off behind a seasoned trail rider and a couple of newbies, like myself. The trail winds downward from the
By Kim Casey
The Lake Superior Women Drummers, known as Gichi-gaming Ikwewag in Ojibwe, have played at numerous events throughout the region. And they make it clear, what they do is not entertainment. Susan Kwisses, the founder of the group explained, “We’re calling in the