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PostPosted: January 8th, 2020, 9:13 am 
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Link to my latest blog post.

https://wp.me/pa5lOR-5D

"stuff" happened this year to make it very tough to get away.
Not our health or bad stuff for us, but circumstances have forced us to stay close to home without a lot of effort to make sure someone else was in the area.
Even though I had to turn down a couple of guiding opportuniities and had to cancel trips I would usually run.
I am ok with what we have to do.
It is part of life.
Just thought I would share how we look for our "fix" of outdoors and keep ready to go should the opportunity for a longer trip happens.

Jeff

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PostPosted: January 8th, 2020, 12:57 pm 
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Very nice Jeff, I too am local to that area and grew up playing in the woods around Cambellville and Crawford lake. I canoe and fish at Mountsburg often, or use too before the crowds rolled in. Now I make a point of just taking the side trails or hiking abandoned conversation to get that backcountry feel. Great pictures, love the shot of the Bowfin. I noticed at the end you have an Agawa Conyon blog, I will check that out. I go to Agawa frequently for backpacking/ fishing trips in early May, absolutely love LSPP one of my favs for sure.

Thanks for sharing!

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