Wilderness News Print Edition Fall-Winter 2010

The Fall-Winter 2010 Issue of Wilderness News Print Edition is now online!
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Featured in this issue:

Women in the Wilderness – “We can do it. We can do it without a guide.”
By Rob Kesselring
Meet seven women who venture annually together into the Boundary Waters, experiencing paddling, orienteering, developing wilderness skills, and reflecting on nature and life.
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Photo Essay: Looking Back
Selected photos from a U.S. Forest Service photo album, circa 1940 provide a snapshot of the Boundary Waters when the region was still known as the roadless area of the Superior National Forest.
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Wilderness Portrait: Andy and Sue Ahrendt – What it truly means to be a ‘Boundary Waters Family’
By Andy Wright
The Ahrendts are outfitters, book authors, and passionate advocates of sharing wilderness experiences with folks of all ages. They share thoughts on growing up with paddling, what the BWCAW offers families and kids, and what the future might bring.
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Book Review: Paddle North
Reviewed by Michael Kelberer
Layne Kennedy and Greg Breining share revealing images and essays on the wilderness experience.
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