Category Archives: perspective

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 (4)

   Danger, Beware of Unaware Hey it’s a nice sunny day in the great outdoors. What could possibly go wrong? Below are a fraction of my actual BWCAW stories encountered from my 60 wilderness trips. Story #1) “How are you doing?” … Continue reading

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Fine Days

Oh how fast the fine days of autumn hurry toward the fourth season (I didn’t say it!). I want to share some autumns thoughts, just between you and me. My first thought is that nature is sure in a hurry … Continue reading

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The Value of Boat Time.

Boat Time could be construed as expensive hobby time. We are speeding across miles of Lake Bemidji in Minnesota looking for the sometimes elusive walleye. A friend of mine often says “fishing is always good and sometimes the catching is … Continue reading

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Coming off Winter Weary

Brown, the after winter and before spring color. Shaggy deer in their dark brown suit which will soon turn reddish as the grass grows green. I am again reminded that the only constant in life is change. I am “life stuff” weary … Continue reading

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A Real Christmas Tree

Bare, exposed, small, fragile and seemingly a random plant in a crick of a rock. At our lowest point of life we have more going for us than this tree. At our best we have no more significance than this … Continue reading

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Signs You Need a Getaway

    We live between the lake (in lakes country) and a highway full of semi-crazy people coming out of the Twin Cities to “get away” on weekends or all summer. We live where many people want to be. We … 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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It Was Worth It

Overheard on this Boundary Water campsite, “Bob would have liked this!”  The Problem with Bob was my constant second guessing myself on pouring so much time into a broken teenager growing the wrong way. layers of funny covered this hurting … Continue reading

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