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Crossing the Middle Fork of the Gila River in New Mexico's Gila Wilderness.
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BEEN THERE, DONE THAT

This month, I had the opportunity to do three things I’d always wanted to do: I hiked and camped in New Mexico. I toured authentic cliff dwellings (Mogollon, not Anasazi). And I completed my first assignment for Backpacker magazine. In…

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Photo courtesy of Karla Lindgren Wotruba.
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OUT OF BOUNDS: THE BOUNDARY WATERS CANOE AREA WILDERNESS

If you’re a Great Lakes trailer boater, or any Midwesterner with a bent for watersports and the great outdoors, chances are you are familiar with Up North — that vast country stretching from northern Minnesota, across Wisconsin and Michigan, to eastern Ontario. Like a magnet, it draws the region’s population into its embrace throughout the summer months, the fall color season, during holidays and on snowy winter weekends.

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