Category Archives: accomplishment

Snow day

It’s a very nice day to stay home, stay inside, lounge, drink coffee and make plans with my wife for the year. After a solid morning of much coffee and good talks I’m thinking cabin fever is highly overrated! I … Continue reading

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Wintering the Weather

I know, it’s the other way around but sometimes having  moments of lysdexia can be advantaged. I took some photos from inside my sons house while visiting northern Minnesota at -50 below zero fahrenheit (wind chill as it was really … Continue reading

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Get Yourself Out There!

It’s winter here. Quite a ways below freezing and the winter wonderland lies just outside. I cheated a bit and took a few pictures out the window from the comfort of home between sips of strong morning coffee. Here have … Continue reading

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Seen in the woods

I carry a camera. When I walk the woods, I see. See any wildlife in one of the pictures? To really see, one has to thread their vision into every crevice of sight as far as possible otherwise all that … Continue reading

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Bounty: A Tribute to Dad and Mom

I belong and am part of a family of “Bounty” Everyone belongs and everyone contributes. It’s a way of life and seems in our DNA. Let me explain by way of our september adventures to visit some of the family … Continue reading

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The Thrill of Frill

frill fril/ noun (Google “Frill”) 1. A strip of gathered or pleated material sewn by one side onto a garment or larger           piece of material as a decorative edging or ornament 2. an unnecessary extra feature or … Continue reading

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My Wilderness Stories Mostly True (3)

Getting Alone   Setting: A remote 15 portages into the BWCA Wilderness 4:23 AM:  I Slipped a canoe in the water to paddle around a bit as there was a faint pre-dawn light. Armed with paddle, fishing rod, life jacket … Continue reading

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My Wilderness Stories Mostly True (1)

Before I tell the first tale I have a (dis) claimer. Strange, wonderful and mystery describes best my 60+ trips into canoe county wilderness. My first trip led by an extreme risk-taker wild man launched me into my own adventures creating … Continue reading

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Slowfoot…More BWCA Thoughts

We get alone in the wilderness.  Words, pictures, memories and a couple of scars are imbedded in us. We are subtly changed. We find out who we really are and discuss who we are becoming. An early misty morning view … Continue reading

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20 40 insight

A 5 day blog here Greetings from snow country on this fine April day. It was a 4×4 or stay in the snow bank day.     While the grand kids are playing soccer in central USA we are still ice fishing … Continue reading

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