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Thanks Ron for getting me back on the site!
I am in for 20-24 Sept. The place looked so good, I invited my wife Alicia to come along with the caveat – that I am going to fish!
She doesn’t do tents, so I took Dwayne’s advice and booked the “Beaver” cabin.
Hopefully, I will have my new Kayak by then. Definitely looking forward to the trip!
Thank you Ron and the rest of the planners for all of the effort in putting this trip together. I am really looking forward to it! I will see you guys at Rainy!
Yup still in for I am in for 20-24 Sept – someone has to be there to make sure KP can find his way in and of the lake!
Ron, I will be leaving Hastings (South Metro) at 6 AM. I think it is about 1.5 hours to Hickey – so I think could be there by 8.
For clarity – reference use of carts in the BWCA, you can use them only on certain portages. This was copied from the Boundary Waters Rules page from the Superior national forest web site.
MECHANIZED TRAVEL NOT ALLOWED
In addition to the BWCA being motor-free, mechanized transportation is not allowed. This includes sail boats, sail boards, paddleboats, pontoon boats, bicycles, wheeled carts, and portage dollies.
Mechanical assistance is only permitted over the following: International Boundary, Four-Mile Portage, Vermilion-Trout Lake Portage, Fall-Newton-Pipestone Bay Portages into Basswood Lake, and Prairie Portage.