Mountain Lake to Pine Lake

On a stormy morning we paddle West out of Mountain lake to a steep portage heading south.  We encounter some heavy rain and lightening as thunder rolls across the the lakes.  We hunker down at a campsite waiting for the storm to subside and then continue on our way to Pine Lake.  Just North of […]

On a stormy morning we paddle West out of Mountain lake to a steep portage heading south.  We encounter some heavy rain and lightening as thunder rolls across the the lakes.  We hunker down at a campsite waiting for the storm to subside and then continue on our way to Pine Lake.  Just North of Pine Lake we come across a cow moose and her calf.  The two are standing at the edge of a lake with a picturesque woodland backdrop.  It was great to see our first moose in the BWCAW.

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Artist: Michael Mucklow

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Song: “Color of the Morning”

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About Bill

I grew up in Alaska spending as much time outdoors as possible. Camping, hunting, and flying consumed much of my free time. Upon moving to Minnesota I found the BWCAW to be a place that allowed me to escape to the wilderness. I love being able to share this amazing place with all of you. I hope you enjoy the shows.

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2 Responses to “Mountain Lake to Pine Lake”

  1. Norman Sisson June 8, 2011 at 8:32 pm #

    This was my favorite video episode by far. It captured a facet of voyaging that is often overlooked, being out in the weather, no matter what it is. I could feel the chill of water running down my neck and smell the richness of the woods while portaging while watching this one. The footage of the cow moose and calf were absolutely fantastic.

    Very well done fellows.

  2. Bill June 8, 2011 at 8:37 pm #

    Norman Sisson » Hi Norman, Thanks for the comments. We sure were soaked that morning. 🙂 I like being out paddling and portaging in the rain if my rain gear is up to snuff. It makes every sense just pop. This was an amazing trip. Thanks for watching and taking the time to send us a note.

    Bill

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