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Entry Point 23 - Mudro Lake

Mudro Lake entry point allows overnight paddle only. This entry point is supported by Kawishiwi Ranger Station near the city of Ely, MN. The distance from ranger station to entry point is 19 miles. Three accesses into Mudro Lake involve portages ranging from 20–185 rods.Easiest access is from private la nd with parking fee.

Number of Permits per Day: 6
Elevation: 1166 feet
Latitude: 48.0356
Longitude: -91.8301
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PixiePaddler
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03/09/2014 12:26PM
 
New Trip Report posted by PixiePaddler

Trip Name: A Little Longer, A Little Farther.

Entry Point: 24

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Not all who wander are lost.
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boonie
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03/10/2014 10:54AM
 
I'm enjoying following your "journey" and eagerly await the next installment. I'm so happy I was able to start taking longer trips too.
ParkerMag
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03/10/2014 01:32PM
 
Very nice! Sent a link to my wife, who's joining me this May/June for her maiden voyage. Your interests, experience, and enthusiasm levels seemed near enough to each other, and I'd love her to hear a gal's perspective. Thanks!

“I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.” - Henry David Thoreau
PixiePaddler
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03/10/2014 05:56PM
 
quote ParkerMag: "Very nice! Sent a link to my wife, who's joining me this May/June for her maiden voyage. Your interests, experience, and enthusiasm levels seemed near enough to each other, and I'd love her to hear a gal's perspective. Thanks!"
Not sure if you got a chance to read my first trip report or not. Boonie eludes to it in the comment above. Our very first trip was the year before (Honeymoon Trip). Thanks for the response and tell your wife she will love it!

Not all who wander are lost.
ParkerMag
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03/11/2014 07:01AM
 
Just read the honeymoon trip report. Equally well done, and precisely the thing the wife needs to hear :-) Thanks...again!

“I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.” - Henry David Thoreau
24kGold
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03/11/2014 09:34AM
 
Great report, easy to read and entertaining. I took my wife into Quetico on a couples trip in 2009 and I'm planning another one next year. I usually go with a group of guys every year but my wife wants to go back so I'm glad about that.


Very good pictures and I especially liked the bleached tree limb that looked like an arm. You're right, it did look creepy. Awesome, great job.


Terry

"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy." Red Green
FOG51
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03/14/2014 04:24AM
 
Enjoyed your trip report, I've traveled the Moose River a couple of times and all I can say is it's a lot more fun going downriver over beaver dams then going up river over beaver dams. FRED

Grant me the senility to forget the people I never liked, the good fourtune to remember the ones do, and the eyesight to tell the differance.
ducks
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03/14/2014 10:39AM
 
Another excellent report. Looking forward to the next one.

Ride EZ
missmolly
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03/14/2014 11:16AM
 
That wooden arm is soooo creepy! The rest of the trip, tres cool!

I will paddle eternal, Kevlar and carbon.
bottomtothetap
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03/14/2014 02:25PM
 
Another nice job on the report, PixiePaddler! You have skills--canoeing and writing about it!


I have to say that I am a bit jealous of you and your husband: While I have a son I can enjoy the BWCA with, my spouse just does not have the passion for it. We went on only one trip together and it was one and done!


Once again my trips have seemed to parallel yours(such as how we've each experienced wolves on Boot Lake). I, too, have a close up from our campsite on Nina Moose Lake of Mr. Chipmunk cleaning the dishes after our meal. Though I especially like how you caught him sticking out his tongue!


Also liked the "beckoning hand" photo. It IS a bit creepy!
Savage Voyageur
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03/14/2014 07:17PM
 
Nice report, I liked the creepy hand picture.

"So many lakes, so little time." WWJD
callofthewild
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04/11/2014 01:20PM
 
Excellent report and pictures. I would just love the opportunity to to share the BWCA experience with my wife. As of yet, I haven't been able to convince her that she could do this and it would be a lot of fun. We camp a lot, but just not in places as rugged as the BWCA & Quetico. Thanks again for sharing!!!
wildernessfan2
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04/17/2014 11:42AM
 
Very Nice! Thank you!

Freshwater is delicious! Saltwater not so much..
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