Trip Pictures

BWCA Sign

Tracy in Canoe

Camp 2-Isabella River

Camp 2-Isabella River

Camp 2-Isabella River

Camp 2-Isabella River

Beaver

Bald Eagle Lake

Bald Eagle Lake

Camp 3-Gabbro Lake

Camp 3-Gabbro Lake

Camp 3-Gabbro Lake

Camp 3-Gabbro Lake

Camp 3-Gabbro Lake

Tracy Reading

Kawishiwi River

Sunrise

Sunrise

Sunrise

Sunrise

Sunrise

Lake Superior

Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

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Here are some pictures from a vacation we took to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

Wilderness in Minnesota in August 2004. This was a five day canoe trip through Boundary

Waters. We started at Island River, went down to the Isabella River, paddled across Bald

Eagle Lake and Gabbro Lake, and then went down the Kawishiwi River. We went looking for

moose and wolves. Surprisingly, we did not see or even hear either. We did see a few bald

eagles and beavers, but that was about it. The best part, though, was that we did not see any

people at all for 3 of the 5 days we were out. In fact, the only people we saw the whole trip

were on Bald Eagle and Gabbro Lakes. That was really nice. This was a great trip, and I would

definitely like to go back and explore more of this huge wilderness.  I also have a video clip of

an eagle flying across the river...pretty cool.