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2011 Bull Moose Camp Newsletter
Hello friends!… As 2011 comes to an end Shara & I would like to wish you and yours All The Very Best Of The Season and A Safe, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!
After 22 seasons at Bull Moose Camp we’ve had the privilege of meeting a lot of wonderful people from all walks of life and are blessed to have a ton of great memories.
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2010 Bull Moose Camp Newsletter
Hello to everyone… past, present and future guests and friends! This is the time of year to reflect on the memories of the season past and extend our thanks to everyone who visited and helped make our 21st summer at Bull Moose Camp a special one. As well, we hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and would like to wish you all the best for a safe and happy holiday season!
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In Loving Memory of our Brother

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2005 Bull Moose Camp Newsletter
Only about 1/3 of Upper Goose Lake and as such we are on the very fringes and at the last end of any impact from logging. As other adjacent areas are planned across the northland we’ll be on the extreme edge of their territory as well. The current 20 year forecasted plan for Whitefeather has them working out from road infrastructure near the reserve in a two phase program. The first will facilitate logging in the first 20 miles and then at some point in 10 or 15 years once they’ve done there, they’ll move to the second.

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2004 Bull Moose Camp Newsletter

The summer of 2004 was an interesting one in so many ways. We would especially like to thank those of you who vacationed with us, for your great cheer in the face of the odd weather. With the cool and wet summer came higher than normal water levels. Though we didn’t end up with any serious problems, spring started late and then September found us with the lake right up to the retaining wall and no beach left showing at all. We’ll consider it a ‘once in a hundred year’ event and would certainly be willing to wager a hot toddy or two that next summer will not include flying through snow showers on the morning of the last Friday in June.

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2003 Bull Moose Camp Newsletter

What a fantastic summer it was in 2003 with weather almost consistently great throughout the season and just unbelievable fishing. Okay, we did have a few yucky days and even saw a tornado but hey, it was a fabulous summer with more warm days and south winds than we normally get. As to rains, it seemed to rain only when necessary to keep the woods from drying up too much and becoming a fire risk though we did have two brief fire restrictions. Business was good even though the economy is still struggling and we’re grateful for that and wish to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who visited or is planning to visit soon

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