By Howard Fenton
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0 To begin the hike, walk past the metal gate and along the dirt road. 1 Trail intersection beginning the circuit portion of this hike. Turn right, passing the trail to the left. The wide and grassy trail enters a mature mixed forest composed of oaks, maples, aspen, and red pines with occasional white pines. 7 The trail enters a clearing; continue across the clearing and bear right at its northern end. The trail begins to gradually ascend over a rolling terrain. 6 Remote Lake comes into view through the trees on the right.
2 miles turn right on Net Lake Forest Road and enter the Nemadji State Forest. 3 miles. From northern Minnesota: Turn left off Minnesota State Road 23 onto County Road 153; continue straight ahead onto County Road 146 following it to Net Lake Forest Road. Turn right and follow the signs to the campground. C. Five white spruces were planted in its place, along with a sign commemorating the event. Very little, if any, of the original forest exists along this trail. Heavy logging began at the turn of the century and continues to this day.
Third, there is little time to waste if the female is to lay a second clutch and the young fledged before winter. Finally, there is little chance of the male taking up with a second mate. The female may determine this from the willingness of the male to feed her during courtship. The male who puts out a greater effort to bring her fish is the one she feels will stick by her through the long busy days of summer. A short way beyond the beaver pond, the trail turns to the southwest passing a lean-to shelter and makes its way through a black sprucetamarack bog.