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Another Favourite pie recipe from Grizzly Creek Lodge

Apple Cranberry Streusel Custard Pie

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Lingon berries are one of our favourite wild berries, and we are lucky to have a lot of them around the lodge. Locals refer to them as "low-bush cranberries," because they are so similar in texture and taste to domestic cranberries. I found this recipe in an old Amish cookbook many years ago, and it has become a favourite at Grizzly Creek Lodge. I hope you enjoy it!
Open Water Trapping in the Yukon

Open Water Trapping in Yukon

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Open water trapping season in the Yukon is short. The season for water animals opens on October 1st.  Since the lakes will freeze over in November, time is not on our side when it comes to open water trapping. Even though October is a busy month for us, it is still one of my favorite times to be in the bush. The land just seems to come alive. Toobally lakes are a favorite resting spot for a wide variety of waterfowl on their long migration south. Dozens of species of feeding waterfowl ensures a cacophony of sound 24/7. Both big [...]

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