Technology and wilderness seem to be in opposition of one another. After all, most of us head to the wilderness to get away from our screens. But when it comes to an emergency, technology may be a lifesaver—or at the very least, a tool that can go a long way in helping
It’s finally happening: your first trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).
You’ve secured the trip with a permit from the U. S. Forest Service. The adventure will launch from the entry point you spent hours researching and concluded was the ideal route.
In northern Minnesota, it often seems like winter dominates the year. As the flakes fall and snow accumulates, it’s hard sometimes to remember the soil under the frozen layers that is ready to help hopeful growers produce summer vegetables. Many gardeners in this corner of the world lament the
Contractor Tim Bauer’s home on Birch Drive west of Grand Marais doesn’t look much different from other homes—at least not in the way it was constructed. It’s certainly distinctive, inspired by a Victorian-era lighthouse in San Rafael Bay, Calif., that appealed to Tim and his wife, Berta.
A growing trend in the housing market seems to have its roots in something natural, realistic and geared toward the future: The tiny-house movement.
“I’ve talked to a lot of people in (Cook) County who think they have too much house,” said Mark Hansen, a builder of small homes who lives in Grand
My husband Matt and I moved to Cook County almost four years ago, with 25 sled dogs, three vehicles, a storage shed full of belongings and nowhere to call home. We felt we had perused the real estate listings enough to see that there were plenty of properties to buy within our price range. When we