Lutsen Article - Stephen Regenold Strikes Again

flyover

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http://travel.nytimes.com/2009/03/27/tr ... sen&st=cse

There's at least a little hyperbole in this peice, but he's got a good feel for the place.

Some good pics in the attached slide show as well. No green tint. :wink:

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2009/0 ... index.html

Check out the map to the left of the article and you get a good understanding of how it's possible to hear wolves at night in Lutsen's neighborhood. With the BWCAW, the Superior National Forest, 8 large state parks along the shore, as well as state forests, MN's arrowhead is largely undeveloped.
 

Tony Crocker

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Stephen Regenold was the featured speaker at Saturday's breakfast at the NASJA annual meeting. He's one of the few who makes a decent living primarily from online media, 3x what he made as a print journalist. In 2007 he contacted me for info on a "Top 20 Snowiest Ski Resorts" article he wrote for Forbes Traveler: http://www.forbestraveler.com/skiing/sn ... story.html.
 
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