Website Update – What’s Planned for 2018

Been a quiet couple of weeks.  I’ve been spending my time thoroughly going over the Spring Boundary Waters Area Canoe trip, as well as planning a couple other trips in the year as well.

This past weekend I spent some time up at the cabin.  Made a short video that I posted on my Instagram while I was there.  You can find my Instagram here:  https://www.instagram.com/tdalloutdoors/

Here are a few things on the horizon:

May:  Chartering a fishing trip Lake Michigan with my father, nephew, brother-in-law.  A morning one day, then an afternoon the next.  The day after I get back from the fishing charter trip I head north to the BWCA for my spring camping/fishing trip.

September:  An mid month BWCA trip is in the works with a son-in-law and perhaps a couple other people.  Waiting to nail down exact dates, but will likely be a 5-7 days trip.

Unknown:  I would like to get up to Voyageurs National Park with my wife, my good friend Jim and his girlfriend perhaps in August.  We would possibly rent a cabin for a few days, or maybe use a boat and reserve a campsite somewhere in the park that is only reachable via the boat.

I am also working on a handful of other camping/bushcraft trips at a few locations around the State of Wisconsin for this year as well, perhaps over a couple long weekends.

Various hunting and fishing weekends as usual during the open seasons, are no brainers as well.  As well as weekend getaways to the cabin.

For 2019:  I want to plan a trip To Woodland Caribou Provincial Park in Ontario… over 1.1 million acres of untouched boreal forest.  Immaculate canoe tripping country that gets less than 800 visitors per year.  Also thinking of another bear hunt for Northern Wisconsin, I have more than enough points to get a tag.  I need to use those points up.

Stay tuned!

TD

TD

TD is the owner and publisher of TD All Outdoors. He has been enjoying the outdoors since since he was a child. Over the years he has spent as much time as he can solo wilderness canoe tripping, overlanding, hiking, fishing, bushcrafting, hunting, hammock camping, and more. Aside from this blog, he also own his own coffee brand, www.folklore-coffee.com.

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