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Fish Tale Print E-mail

Grendel, Leviathan, rainbow kraken; elixir of golden truth or corncob calumet?
by O. Victor Miller
From the March/April 2012 Issue

“Whoa! That’s a real by-god Native American person down there by that waterfall.”

In Thoreau’s Woods Print E-mail

A photographic essay.
by Barry and Cathy Beck
From the March/April 2012 Issue

There’s a lot to see in the northern Maine woods. Endless forest, miles of clean wild water, a log cabin or two—and brook trout, of course.

Ready Print E-mail

A photographic essay.
by Brian Grossenbacher
From the May/June 2012 Issue

Some look to the sky and see ships passing, a chariot race, the flower fields of May.

Opening Morning Print E-mail

In the deer stand, we remember how much of life’s richness exists in memory and anticipation.     
by Ron Rindo
From the September/October 2011 Issue

 It’s difficult to communicate the joy I feel seated alone in the darkness of northern Wisconsin on the third Saturday of November.


A Pine Marten Ate Lord Jim Print E-mail

Wherein is discovered the restorative power of literature—on the menu, in the tent, in the dizzying  heights of the tree stand.
by Kurt Cox
From the September/October 2011 Issue

Getting an epic-sized backpack and myself deep into the wilderness is pure muscle memory, because I’m sure not in bear-hunting condition.

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