BWCAW Agassa Lake

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the bog full of leatherleaf

the bog full of leatherleaf

the morning we left, snow flurries

the morning we left, snow flurries

wolf tracks
wolf tracks
Shaun, Caleb, Jason
Shaun, Caleb, Jason

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my bush tea (boiled lake water, and a variey of pine needles)
my bush tea (boiled lake water, and a variey of pine needles)

The trip was great, tons of hiking, lots of quiet, and it was fun being able to share it with the guys. I like primitive camping, and I like winter camping. I beleive it was 8 degrees when we got back to Ely around 10AM. There just seems to be a drive in me that continues to be fueled the more I’m out in wilderness… I simply love it.

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2 Responses to “BWCAW Agassa Lake”

  1. Okay crazy person, I would MUCH rather camp on a tropical beach with the ocean waves lulling me to sleep. No chance of frostbite and having to shiver myself to sleep (or to death).

  2. thealdertree Says:

    As long as you know what your doing while winter camping, it’s great. All I had to lull me to sleep was the wind blowing and trees cracking from the cold, while a beaver was messing around near the shore. Then in the one morning I woke with the wolves howling near camp, it was one of the best feelings I ever had in my life.

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