Here is the landscape we paddled:
The ever present birch trees.
The western Boundary Waters is low lying and filled with rivers and beavers. Sometimes beavers change the landscape by building damns, sometimes they fail, as in this photo.
Chad paddling along a narrow river.
We waited out the brief downpour that caught us by surprise.
Sioux Falls, the last portage on the Little Indian Sioux River before crossing the echo trail.
A soft sunset at the first night's camp.
Busy Beavers cut down trees booth small and large to build their homes and damns.
When their job is done right, beavers have the power to change the landscape more than any other animal, besides us.
A small, little known falls on the Nina Moose River.
Enjoy and get out there and camp!