BWCA Campsite 68 on Ruby

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On 7/27/2020 7:25:31 AM, davi2762 said:

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Very remote campsite, did not see a single canoe go by. The site is very wooded and feels a little different than most BWCA sites. The ground was full with dead pine needles, even around the fire grate, indicating that it is not a heavily used site. There are plenty of options for hammocks, I did not pay attention to tent pads as I am a sky sleeper. If you want to get out there and find some solitude, Ruby lake is the place for you.
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