Fall color is wrapped up and the Indian Summer days have brought cooler temperatures--great for hiking, looking for moose, encountering a grouse family or some red squirrels, and enjoying tramping in the crispy leaves that have fallen.
We have had enough rain that the waterfalls are flowing nicely and provide you with a delightful photo opportunity or a place to enjoy a picnic lunch.
The migrating birds are heading south and now our focus turns to the birds of the boreal forest--our chickadees, woodpeckers, nuthatch, owls, and jays. They are become much more interested in our bird feeders, as their native foods become a bit more scarce, and they are taking the easiest route to a full stomach.
Special features in coming weeks:
Bacon and Ham Smoking Weekend
Oct 31-Nov 2
Thank You to Past Guests of the last 3 years
Lazy Bones Getaway
Veterans "Thank you Week"
Dear Weekend (while the guys are out hunting)
Thanksgiving Weekend Package
Wolf Howling and Moose Viewing
Here are direct links to all our Current packages and General rates
and a Romantic Getaway Package.
If you would like to help us thank our veterans, on November 7-9 we are going to decorate our cabins to create a special welcome for those arriving on the 9th for their free vacation.
Part of the main lodge for dining and your social time