Monthly Archives: March 2016

SHT: Caribou Wayside to Tettegouche (pt2)

[This post is the second of three describing the Caribou Wayside-Tettegouche Hike 0f ’09] Heading out of South Egge Campsite on Day Four, I passed Boston John’s tent just as he was climbing out for the first time that morning. … Continue reading

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Superior Hiking Trail: Caribou Wayside to Tettegouche

[This post is the first of three describing the Caribou Wayside-Tettegouche Hike 0f ’09] This was a SHTA sponsored backpacking trip led by Dick Z. with an assist by Tom L. back in late September, 2009. The hike covered just … Continue reading

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Maple Sap is Flowing at the Arboretum

It’s that time of year again, and the maple sap is flowing at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Can the maple syrup be far behind? With over 200 sugar maple trees tapped, it won’t be long until the sap is collected … Continue reading

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