|Tae and the last fish of the day|
|No people, no problems, no worries|
|Flying BWCA style|
|Yup Tae is up there|
|Looking forward to buying a Minnesota Three!|
|My wife the best backcountry cook in the world. Serious.|
|Blueberries for Sal!|
|Evidence of berry snatching....caught blue tongued|
Of course all permits were gone, eaten up by the myriad of paddlers that love the BWCA so much. So we explored some USFS options, but realized that many of those were suspect at best. So literally last moment I pointed a finger at the screen and picked the lake that came up. It was Homer Lake, just south of Brule Lake. So we quick packed up the gear and loaded up the Minnesota Two.
It was perfect. We saw one person in three days, had the full lake to ourselves and the pick of the best sites on it. We swam a lot, fished a bit and just hung out with the family. What a sweet trip, I am so glad we rallied and made it happen, but then we knew it would be like that didnt we.
I wrote a quick thank you note to my friends at Wenonah Canoe for the great experience provided by the Minnesota two, and related that next year, we are going to need a Minnesota Three!