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Paul Twedt



photo courtesy of Amy Dobbs Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet Jean-Jacques Rousseau It has been a few weeks since I’ve posted. Here is a quick update on what Joe, Paul and I have been up to…  Here in Minnesota Paul and I have focused on finishing boats and guiding winter trips in the Boundary Waters. In Georgia, Joe has been working hard as lead butcher at a local grass fed farm, Hunter Cattle Co. We’ve been buzzing with anticipation for this upcoming journey; Being patient and keeping our focus on work projects has been challenging to say the least. We are currently finishing up the last of our obligations and to-do’s before we begin our journey along the Appalachian Trail. Boundary Water Winter Trips On the back-trail. photo courtesy of Amy Dobbs Paul and I just lead a series of trips near the border of Canada at a wilderness lodge, Camp Menogyn. Menogyn is located in the northern reaches of Minnesota off the Gunflint Trail. The camp is owned