Byway Bylines

A century has passed since Paul Bunyan’s heyday of logging in this area. But the Bunyan lore, legend and name carry on more robustly than ever.

A new podcast has joined the cyber library.  Sure, there are new podcasts created every day, so why is this news?

It's listed in the Guinness World Book of Records as the world's largest rag doll. It even comes with its own wooden chair. It's one of a kind.

Heroes and big shots often have sidekicks. Often folks seem to like sidekicks as much as their more flamboyant counterparts. Imagine Fred Flintstone without Barney, or Lucy without Ethel.

Paul and his sawyers, all burly and plaid,
Had just sipped the last of the coffee they had

The maps are up at two popular Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway trail sites.

More than simply a wayfinding map, the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association's Tour Map and Guide use the 11 x 17 space to share snippets of area history and stories of sites and unique features.

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway is featured in an article in the 2007 Business and Relocation Guide.  Using the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway route to trek through some of the highlights of this area's his

Drive the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway to the south side of Crosslake on County Road 66. Turn into the Crosslake Corps of Engineers Campground.

Four interpretive panels were installed last Wednesday, December 13, along the Wetlands Walk at Veterans Walking Trail.  The panels carry information about wetlands succession, wildflowers and gras