On July 1st Starr finally reached the mandatory retirement age and was officially downsized from his “day job” as a United Methodist minister. Now in a new house and a new shop across town (Gordon, Texas, pop. 516), canoe production will continue, perhaps a little faster. He aspires to imitate Joe Seliga who built his […]
We go back to Quetico almost every summer. Here are a few photos from our trips in 2011 and 2013.
Blueberries were everywhere. At the campsites, at the portages, and especially at the place we called Blueberry Island, in the middle of Sturgeon Lake. We grabbed handfuls for snacks, and we had them in pancakes and in oatmeal, and Bob made a blueberry sauce to serve with the bass. There were other kinds of berries […]
On August 1, 2008, we set out for Quetico Provincial Park once again. We picked up visitors from England in Minneapolis and met campers from Georgia up in Canada. Two days later nine of us put our canoes in the water at Beaverhouse Lake for ten days of camping and fishing. See the black line […]