Beginning in May, KLKS radio will begin airing informational spots about the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway.
Actually, he was never really gone, of course.
The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) always has news. And, for years there was an Association newsletter for that news called Inkslinger.
Nothing to do on these winter days? Getting dark way too early for you? Feels like every time you go outside, you end up shoveling snow? Car looking dirty and covered with dried slush?
Back in March of 2002, the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association put out a ‘Call for Paul’ and fortune smiled on the group when Pequot Lakes resident, Wayne Chamberlain, swung his axe over his shoul
Audrey Kletscher Helbling was looking for a couple things.
The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association has been managing the organization and its projects along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway's fifty four miles for more than ten years. Throughout those years,
Great cookies have been a part of the Paul Bunyan story for years. Rick Beyers at A-Pine Restaurant has a huge Paul Bunyan woodcut advertising the Paul Bunyan Cookie Company.
It’s the best place to play, relax, entertain, learn, share, grow up, grow old. We’ve all said that about our area of Minnesota, our home town, our neighborhood.
A century has passed since Paul Bunyan’s heyday of logging in this area. But the Bunyan lore, legend and name carry on more robustly than ever.