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It has been some time since I last posted, much longer than I had intended.  The past few weeks have been taken by teaching, attending a brief professional conference, and then spending a glorious full week in a cabin on the Gunflint Trail among the northwoods of Minnesota.

The Gunflint Trail is a small, 57-mile highway that stretches from Grand Marais on the northwest shore of Lake Superior up through a relative sliver of woods surrounded by the protected wilderness of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA).  The proximity of this jewel of the National Wilderness Preservation System results in a sense of wildness and quiet along the Gunflint.  It also presents an exceptional location for nature photography.

I will have more to write about my week on the Gunflint in the days ahead.  For now, I shall begin by saying that one of my favorite experiences on the Gunflint is the evenings.

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