Blogs & Blog Posts on Camping in Minnesota



Blogs on "Camping"

Spacial Peepol
Everything is Spacial In It's Own Way.

Boundary Waters Blogger
Boundary Waters Blogger shares photos, stories, humor, skills, and naturali...

Path and Paddle
stories about my guided trips in the BWCA.

A Scoutmaster's Blog
This is a online journal of a Boy Scout troop scoutmaster's point of v...

Blog Posts on Camping

Amazon: Up to 84% Off Camping and Outdoor Equipment by Pocket Your Dollars on Feb 4, 2012 in , Everything else, , amazon, camelbak, camping, outdoor equipmentThere are some great deals to grab at Amazon on camping and related equipment, with items marked up to 84% off.Amazon: Up to 84% Off Camping and Outdoor Equipment is a post from Pocket Your Dollars®...



MSPP #114: A Yearly Review 1985 by A Scoutmaster's Blog on Feb 2, 2012 in Activity, camping, Nostalgia, podcast, 1985, mspp, slideshowIt has been over 25 years since 1985 came to an end. It was a busy year for the Boy Scouts of Melrose Troop 68. They went to winter camp at Parker Scout Reservation, attended the council’s Ripley Rendezvous at Camp Ripley, held a spring pancake...



No Dirt For Me Please! by A Scoutmaster's Blog on Feb 1, 2012 in camping, Nostalgia, story, cooking, historyCooking on a Boy Scout camping trip can be an interesting experience, especially with young inexperienced campers. I have seen many burned pancakes, half raw hamburgers, and overturned pots during my days as a scoutmaster. When I am eating something...



MSPP #113: Camp Stearns Outing by A Scoutmaster's Blog on Jan 19, 2012 in camping, podcast, camp, Camp Stearns, outing, video, winterIt has become a tradition of Boy Scout Troop 68. Usually, in February or March, the Scouts pack their gear and head to Camp Stearns for a winter outing. The camp is located in central Minnesota, about an hour from town. It is owned by the Northern St...



Last word. by The Minnesota LeGaults on Jan 8, 2012 in winter, gospel, friends, worship, campingEven now that it is January, the city of Minneapolis continues to pretend that it is still fall. Some days we don't even wear our hats. We are rebels who bite our thumbs at Old Man Winter. We snub him with our bare heads and stylish fall jackets. Thi...



Dave Orrick’s downloadable Mongo Gear Checklist and menu by Outdoors Now on Jan 7, 2012 in Outdoors Now, camping, canoeing, checklisting, fishingIn this weekend’s column, I opine about the art and science of checklisting, which truly is a verb, both transitive and intransitive. I also note that mobile apps are now available with checklists specifically for camping. Try them out and let...



Minn. parks cabins can be reserved by Outdoors Now on Jan 5, 2012 in Outdoors Now, cabins, campingAlthough the reservation system for Minnesota state parks is currently down while a new system is rolled out, reservations are being accepted for camper cabins, one of the system’s popular winter offerings, the Department of Natural Resources a...



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