Wet Your Paddle in the Boundary Waters – A blog round-up

Campfires and Loon CallsThis month, we released Campfires and Loon Calls by Jerry Apps. In this guide to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Jerry shares his seasoned advice, from how to set up camp and protect food from hungry bears to minimalist cooking and appreciating a rainy day, all the while weaving in the incredible history of the Boundary Waters region. Jerry blogs about his life on and off the boundary waters at http://jerryapps.blogspot.com.

It’s too snowy to do much adventuring in Colorado, but you can also get your Boundary Waters fix at these blogs:

The Boundary Waters Blog –  the blog of Border Lakes Outfitting and Boundary Waters Guide Service. The blog shares skills, stories, and photos from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

The Voyageur Canoe Outfitters – Sue, blogger and co-owner of Voyageur Canoe hopes to introduce new people to the joy of wilderness paddling.

Mad Canoeist – This blog is written by and for avid paddlers. It features travel tips, photos, and product reviews.

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