Voyageurs National Park

Welcome to the 7th episode of the Traveling Chevaliers podcast! You can listen to the episode here. In this edition of our show, our friend Amanda Hitterman introduces us to Voyageurs National Park. Amanda relates numerous funny stories about her adventures there, including a frightening one about her encounter with a local bear!

Amanda on top of the Lake Kabetogama Walleye welcome sign, Voyageurs National Park.

Voyageurs National Park, in International Falls, Minnesota, is a maze of interconnected waterways. It is a haven for fishing, camping and enjoying the great outdoors. Established in 1975, VNP is filled with history. There are signs of Native American life, fur traders and homesteaders, mixed with modern logging, mining and commercial fishing

Amanda, fishing, Minnesota.

The book that Craig references during the podcast is The Big Burn, by Timothy Egan. You can find it here.

Have you been to Voyageurs National Park? Tell us in the comments below.

Craig and Jen also discuss some of their trips to New York City. What unexpected things have happened to you on your trip to NYC? Tell us below.

Thank you for listening. And thank you for reading. #NeverStopPlanning

Craig and Jen

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