View great video by Jodi Sellers - "Ode to the Dragonfly"
August 31, 2012
December 13, 2008
The December issue of Duluth Superior Magazine feature Boundary Country Trekking and Poplar Creek Guesthouse B&B owners Ted and Barbara Young. The article authored by Chris Godsey, writes of the Youngs early live prior to moving to the Gunflint Trail and their later life when they moved to the Trail. You can view the article at "A Wild Couple."
February 17, 2008
Skiing the Banadad, Firepot Dinner at a Yurt, Sleigh Ride and Snowshoeing featured on this morning's "Good Morning America." To view go to "winter on the Gunflint. and then click on "weekend window" on the upper right hand side of your screen.
February 7, 2008
A three-person production crew from the TV show Good Morning America video filmed on the Gunflint Trail and along North Shore this week.
The production crew’s first stop was at Poplar Creek Guesthouse B&B where they filmed skiers traveling along the Banadad Ski Trail to the Tall Pine Yurt. The crew then filmed the skiers arriving at the yurt and next inside the yurt enjoying Boundary Country Trekking’s Mongolian Fire Pot Dinner. Local skiers who served as models for the production were Jan Sivertson, Peter Monkres, Jan Lemke, Debbie Benedict, and Barbara Jean Meyers.
The crews next stop was at the Mark and Nancy Patten’s Okontoe for the filming of a horse drawn sleigh ride followed by hot chocolate at the Patten’s 1903 log homestead
The following day the production crew were guided on a snowshoe hike up the North Shore’s Kedunce Creek by Kelly Dupre and Judie Johnson. The hike took them along the creek’s scenic deep gorge and past “caves” and water falls.
It is expected that Good Morning America will be airing the production sometime within the next two