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The Boundary Waters are a large set of lakes in northern Minnesota and southern Ontario. It’s beautiful and completely undeveloped.
The most famous road traveling through these lakes is the Gunflint Trail.
This trail begins in Grand Marais (of which I have written before) and ends in the very large lake – Lake Saganaga.
This is where I am headed this weekend. It’s been more than ten years since I paddled these waters. But they say paddling a canoe is like riding a bike. Perhaps not so with portaging. We’ll see.