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Category Archives: chippewa flowage
I am fortunate to be on the Chippewa Flowage – the natural shorelines offer such mesmerizing scenery. Fall is rapidly approaching in the northland though; a few weeks ago I could see just a hint of drabness among the majestic … Continue reading
August 21st 2016 the bog moved up against the bridge on highway CC. It looks like access is blocked unless you have a very small boat. August 22nd 2016 7:42 p.m. the bog is still in front of the bridge … Continue reading
Tonight we boated over to The Landing to watch the last pow wow. The Chippewa Flowage is down almost 1 foot. According to the Xcel Energy website, full pool is 1313 and as of today the water level is at … Continue reading
As of 7 pm tonight, the big Bog has shifted towards The Landing, from its previous position in front of the bridge. Most of the waterway under the bridge from one side to the other is open plus there is … Continue reading
Nothing is more relaxing after a rushed day, than an evening pontoon ride on the scenic Chippewa Flowage. Me, Greg and Dolly headed out around 7 pm- and it was a beautiful night. Apparently the loons have been prolific this year; … Continue reading