Paddling for the love of Wisconsin: The final tale

Paddling for the love of Wisconsin: The final tale

By Ruth Oppedahl, Natural Resources Foundation This article was originally published in the Winter 2015 edition of Bridges, the member newsletter of the Natural Resources Foundation. When my mother turned 50 years old, she joined a group of women who were training to hike the Grand Canyon. She filled my brother’s Boy Scout backpack—a heavy […]

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Day XVII: Campfire magic and sandbar living

Day XVII: Campfire magic and sandbar living

Listen to Ruth tell the story of Day XVII:  Day XVII transcribed: Today I traveled from Muscoda Village campground down to the Wauzeka wildlife area. It’s— what I think is—my longest day on the river at about 25 or 26 miles. I was joined for camping and this morning by Mike Mossman and Lisa Hartman. […]

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Meeting up with Ruth on the river

Meeting up with Ruth on the river

By Bill Keen, Foundation member How to meet up with Ruth on her extraordinary journey?  We decided that the only day possible was Sunday the 11th. Next step was to email the NRF office and Camille, who got the word to Ruth that we would join her in Arena.  Once we received the password to […]

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