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  • Winter 2002

WINTER 2002

*The Women Lakes Of Quetico – Mead – p.5

            Quetico trips to Agnes, Alice, Isabella, Joyce, Louisa, Marj, Nan, Paulene, Sarah, Suzanette

            fishing& camping on these lakes

*The One-Stop Canoe Trip – Lehto – p.13

            a base camp philosophy: the advantages, equipment, food, route strategies

*Winter Camping: Why Go? – Koshiol – p.16

*The Sig Olson And Bob Marshall 1937 Canoe Trip – Vickery – p.21

wilderness preservation icons paddle together: Basswood River, Robinson, Brent, Argo, Crooked & Moose River

*So Lonesome I Could Cry – Godsey – p.29

            solo travel not for everyone

*Adrift In A Remembering Dream – Wilber – p.32

            Boundary Waters essay: natural processes

*Quetico: Now And Then – Johnson – p.37

75-year old brothers have made 50+ trips to Quetico; changes in fishing& camping from 1940s to present

            favorite Quetico routes

*Canoe Country Wildlife Encounters – Blazino – p.45

            moose, bear, eagles, loons, beaver stories

*Living On The Edge – Editor’s Column – Osthoff – p.52

            BWCAW deer hunt

*Sharing Campsites – Ahlman – p.60

            welcoming campers when sites are full

*Canoe Country Tales – BWJ Readers – p.73

*Rookie Trip – Wierschem – p.79

            smallmouth fishing: Basswood, McIntyre, Robinson, Crooked Lakes tactics & tackle

*Unpacking – Gollop – p.95

            post trip routines& memories

*Pickerel To Kawnipi: The Other Falls Chain – Foley – p.99

            Pickerel, Bisk, Bud, Fern, Olifaunt, Sturgeon, Russell, Chatterton & McDougall

 

Winter 2002

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