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Winding into Winter

10/10/22 – With the final days of warmth upon us, we are turning our focus from Wilderness exploration to buttoning things up for the oncoming winter. It’s hard to imagine on days like this, when it’s 50 degrees and brilliantly sunny that soon the woods will be under a blanket of sparkling snow. The forecast tells us that it is imminent, however, so we’re busily draining water and stashing gear away. We are still here so if you’re out leaf-peeping feel free to drop by the store. We’ll be open from 9ish-5ish everyday, and if you don’t see us during those hours please give us a ring and we’ll pop in to help you. As always, we are here year round so don’t hesitate to give us a call during business hours or email anytime!

The moon setting over fall foliage was a beautiful treat this morning.
Sawbill Mom Liz Pudas was thrilled by a chance encounter with this Canada Lynx this past weekend – thanks for sharing the photos Liz!
The dock’s days are numbered, soon the Forest Service will move it for safe winter storage so that the ice doesn’t damage it.
A leaf peeper’s dream! It’s been a glorious fall.