Beginning of Winter

Beginning of Winter Once again, I apologize for not posting in several weeks. I have been up in Northern Minnesota flying aerial beaver population surveys for the wildlife research that I do. As a result, I was staying in a cabin where I had poor access to the internet. However, on a positive note I … Continue reading Beginning of Winter

Freeze-Up

“Now the country belonged to me, all of it…For half a year it would lie there alone, frozen and white and undisturbed. The deer on sunny days would work out into its gullies and sometimes cross the ridges. The wolves would range its waterways and on moonlight nights they would howl from the tops of … Continue reading Freeze-Up

A Necessity

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…”                      -John Muir, Our National Parks ©Tom Gable ©Tom Gable Continue reading A Necessity