Paul Sundberg

A Bird in Hand

David Brislance's “bird whispering” began about 10 years ago, by accident, when black-capped chickadees began landing on his shoulder or hat, waiting for sunflower seeds.

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Adventures in Geocaching

You walk, hike, drive and even boat past them all the time: containers of all sizes and shapes, hidden in the bramble, or sometimes in plain view. The geocache is the treasure in a sport started by nerds, now embraced by those from all walks of life. more »

Apr 29, 2012 Recreation (1 Comments)

Paddling with Ladies of the Lake

This summer, Ladies of the Lake Women’s Sea Kayak Symposium returns to Munising and the awesome Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Ladies of the Lake promotes itself as the only women’s sea kayak symposium; all the instructors are women. more »

Aug 6, 2011 Recreation

Jack Rendulich

Paddle As One

These family events can generate an atmosphere of carnival excitement, a stimulating mix of delicious smells, lively sounds and music and brilliant colors. more »

Jul 28, 2007 Recreation

Randy Jarvis

Flocking to the Birds

From the time of brightly colored maples and aspens until the skies fill all too soon with snowflakes, birds guided into the Lake Superior region by geography and weather provide wonder and delight for those looking toward the skies. more »

Mar 10, 2002 Recreation

Taking in a Little Culture

The latest trends in travel - “cultural” and “heritage” tourism - have arrived in the Lake Superior region. more »

Jun 23, 2002 Recreation

Going to the Dogs

As much as Jennifer and Will love sledding, the dogs seem to love it more. The dogs live to run; it’s their life. more »

Jan 29, 1999 Recreation

Paul L. Hayden

The Thrill of the Race

No racers put more enthusiasm into their sport than the four-legged athletes that hit our region’s snowy trails each winter. It’s worth braving a bit of cold to join in these exhilarating celebrations of the run. more »

Mar 15, 2009 Recreation

Shaun Parent

Up the Down Waterfall

Some of the best ice climbing in the world is found around Lake Superior, considered one of the best climbing locations in North America. more »

Jul 7, 2000 Recreation

On Webbed Feet: Man's Hobby Treks to Nation's Capital

Making, repairing and using snowshoes has been a lifelong passion for Tom Nelson. more »

Dec 21, 1998 Recreation

Superior Notes (right)

  • Morning Harbor Rounds

    Molly Hoeg / Superior Footprints

    Around the Circle This Week: April 18, 2014

    With the commercial fishing season starting slowly, the region faces a whitefish shortfall; Molly Hoeg explored the Duluth Harbor; Thunder Bay burned its last piece of coal; the governor of Michigan declared a state of emergency in Marquette.

    Apr 18, 2014 Superior Notes

  • Houghton Falls Magic

    Mary Carlin Dougherty / The Cookery Maven

    Around the Circle This Week: April 11, 2014

    Mary Carlin Dougherty recounted a magical spring sight in northern Wisconsin; Lake Superior reached its long-term average level in March; ice continued to slow (and damage) vessels on Lake Superior; and more news from the week.

    Apr 11, 2014 Superior Notes

  • Ups & Downs: My 8 Years Operating Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge

    For eight years, I supervised operation of the Aerial Lift Bridge and observed much from my perch above the Duluth Ship Canal. Here are the four worst and five best things I encountered, from bridge hangers-on to the unforgettable sunrise views.

    Apr 10, 2014 Superior Notes

  • Lake Level Report: April 7, 2014

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Lake Level Report: April 7, 2014

    After more than 15 years of low levels, the Big Lake has reached its long-term average level, thanks in part – yes, thanks – to the long and hard winter.

    Apr 7, 2014 Superior Notes

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