Volunteers came together Sat. Nov. 12 to plant 25 red maple trees at two locations along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway.
As part of the partnership between the Army Corps of Engineers Crosslake Recreation Area (ACOE) and the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA), firewood is provided for purchase at the Crossl
Jim Oberstar’s passing has not gone unnoticed at Paul Bunyan’s logging camp.
If a picture is still worth a thousand words, then there just aren’t enough Paul Bunyan words to capture the value of the pictures, graphic design and even content development on so many projects a
Roger LaPointe for organizing the event at AmericInn of Pequot Lakes on May 18, 2006 to celebrate the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway’s national designation.
Pequot Lakes American Legion Auxiliary and Narveson Management for their sponsorships of trail map panels at Veterans Walking Trail and Chiarella FMA Trail.
In-Kind Donations It was wartime; World War II. But, despite it all, day to day life had to go on.
Kristi Kraemer, Wayne Chamberlain, Ray Nelson and Rod Nelson for kicking off the development of a Byway and Corps exhibit room at the Crosslake Corps Bldg’s Multi-purpose Room.
Dave Badger and his crew of volunteers from the American Legion (SAL) and Ideal Community Service Organization for their outstanding work constructing and installing the Bog Walk this fall.
Tom Ottoson for continuing to create beautiful original oils of the Scenic Byway as fund-raisers for the Byway Association.