The city of Castle Danger along the shoreline of Lake Superior was founded by three Norwegian fisherman. The origin of the name is unknown, although it might have come from the rocky cliffs on the shore that resemble a castle; from a boat named Castle that grounded nearby, or from the Walter Scott novel Castle Dangerous. No matter the reason behind the city name, we're drawn to Castle Danger as a mile marker toward the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and for it's local suds.
Stay light on your feet when you head out with the Pathfinder. An adjustable shoulder strap and removable liner make it a great travel companion
The Trekker Cooler is constructed out of easy to clean, water resistant materials. This sturdy companion will keep your drinks and fresh food cold for up to 12 hours, enough time to make it from trail to summit and back again. This is the perfect lunchbox.
Great for any outdoor adventure. Made with easy to clean water, resistant materials, this sturdy companion will keep your food or drinks cold for up to 12 hours.
"What's it doin' out there, y'all? Well, take a look-see, would ya?" From the folks on Davis Hill, this Wooden Weather Stick will tell you what the weather is up to. If it's favorable and nice, the stick will point to the sky; and when it looks like the elements are gonna kick up a fuss, the stick will point to the ground. We haven't got an inkling as to how it works, but the "old timers" sure have faith in the twig so we'll stick to our wise elders' intuition. The Wooden Weather Stick should be mounted outdoors under the eaves, on a window frame, or on a porch, garage or barn wall— just be sure you can see from inside your house. When first installed, it will take a little while to get used to its new surroundings. But do be patient with it, and it will serve you well for a long time. Some have lasted fifteen years!