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Wounded Land - Charred Immages of Pow Wow Trail photo essay

From: Martin K.
Sent on: Thursday, September 20, 2012 10:22 PM
A crew from the BWA Committee backpacked the Pow Wow Trail over the Labor Day weekend. Here is their story:!i=[masked]&k=wHLQdR8   Portions of the trail are yet not cleared and US Forest Service does not recommend travel on at those areas. See link to a map at USFS site:   If you would like to help to "Bring Back the Pow Wow Trail," please fell free to contact me.   Thank you.   Martin Kubik
Boundary Waters Advisory Committee
President 309 Cedar Avenue S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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