The Big Eddy Campground Manager, Susan Adams, checked in with the Northwoods Adventure group on Tuesday afternoon and sent me this message about what they have been up to: The boys climbed to Blueberry ledges today in Baxter State Park. They are planning to bake a cobbler for desert tonight with the liter of wild blueberries they picked up on the mountain! It has been a beautiful sunny day, and they are now swimming “the big eddy circuit” in the river to cool off. She had this to say after touching base with them Wednesday morning: Today the boys made blueberry pancakes and are now headed to the Boomhouse at Ambejejus for some local history and a lot of paddling. I have been told that the museum “curator”/Ex-log driver, Chuck Harris, has 2 birch bark canoes there that he has made, and rumor is, he has found another “perfect tree” to start a new canoe with. It will be interesting to hear what the boys glean from their experience today. I hope they get to meet Chuck during their visit. The Boomhouse is a logging museum that has been made out of an old logger’s bunkhouse. The group will have to paddle to get to it!