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NEWSLETTER

Happy New Year

                                                                                      

Out with the old, in with the new, Happy New Year and best wishes for an outstanding new beginning, lasting all through 2015. A recap on 2014 from the table front of True North, a frozen picturesque view. clean, white, sparkles and…cold. HOWEVER….at this point in the season, it is a great improvement over the beginning of winter last year. In comparison, we have been spared a month of the brutal temps experienced a year ago in time, snow load as well. Who knows what lies ahead, it will be interesting to watch it unfold. 2014 brought many new experiences to True North and the Mosbeck Family. We were able to get to Wisconsin and Nebraska to host a fish fry with clientele, old and new. It was a great experience, a good fry, each time and so wonderful to touch base with our clients. To those of you that reached out to help and assist, we could not be more thankful – for assistance and for always spreading the good word and your love of our area and our industry. THANK YOU! Our very best marketing tool is YOU. We attended the WCC basketball conference tournament in Las Vegas, to support our team Saint Marys College of California. As always, it was a good tournament and the basketball coach @ SMC really is a great guy (yes, we are biased)! May arrived and blessed us in countless ways, Dallas and Kari became parents , allowing us to welcome our first grandchild – he’s the most wonderful little person, we are fortunate to have him here in the world with us. Nicki graduated from St. Catherine Univ. and within a month of graduation landed a job in her field , Sign Language Interpreting. Cody jumped at an opportunity extended with the company he’d been employed with, Imation. The new position required a great deal of attention - they relocated to Toronto, Ontario. Many changes for our family – all equally of interest and we are so very proud of the kids – they’re ok! May also put us into full court action here at camp – and every operator from the border - north, was experiencing stress disorder, the weather played havoc with ice conditions, all things were delayed, all of it completely out of our control . It all worked out, it always does – I think that is the bigger picture, learning to roll w/ it. The cooler temps and late ice made traditional locations to find fish, a bit dicey off the hop. Interestingly enough, it warmed quickly and did not take much time for the cycles and locations to catch one another, once the warmer temps arrived. June – August, we were allowed for the better part to do our jobs here at True North. Hosting new and familiar faces at our main camp and also at our fly-in outpost cabin locations. Fishing was very good! The lake system where our main camp is located, Clearwater (Burditt) Lake, has experienced a drastic improvement over the past decade. It has been a slow improvement – all methods used to improve the fishery were done in a natural way , that it takes time to begin to see the results. We have a thriving fishery here on Clearwater and the surrounding water system. Needless to say, we are pleased and feel that we have a wonderful water way to boast about, confidently. As well as fisher-people, we also hosted the people who like to play in and on the water. We added a couple of Kayaks to our fleet, for complimentary use, those were well used, this past season. Swimming, skiing, tubing, rock jumping, float-boat (pontoon) cruises were also enjoyed. We truly feel we have a wonderful body of water to be enjoyed in many different fashions – fact is, you don’t have to do anything other than gaze at it, if that is your fancy. Keeping in mind, it is not mandatory to fish to feel comfortable here. We think we had our records number of bon-fires last season. Nearly every evening we had a blaze that saw the sun fall and the moon rise. It is one of the nicest ways to bring on the evening, visit with our customers is a very relaxing atmosphere. Lastly….following the bonfire, the stars are incredible, always. We enjoy where we are located, we are fortunate to have the careers we have, we love to share our backyard with all of you and we enjoy each and everyone of you that take the leap of faith and come to spend time at True North. Thank YOU. From our family to yours, we wish you the finest of health, prosperity, opportunity, joy and happiness throughout 2015. Until our paths cross again, be good to yourself and others. The Mosbecks ~ Chuck, Cathy ~
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January 2015

© True North Outposts and Cabins  - All Rights Reserved.

NEWSLETTER

Happy New Year

                                                                                      

Out with the old, in with the new, Happy New Year and best wishes for an outstanding new beginning, lasting all through 2015. A recap on 2014 from the table front of True North, a frozen picturesque view. clean, white, sparkles and…cold. HOWEVER….at this point in the season, it is a great improvement over the beginning of winter last year. In comparison, we have been spared a month of the brutal temps experienced a year ago in time, snow load as well. Who knows what lies ahead, it will be interesting to watch it unfold. 2014 brought many new experiences to True North and the Mosbeck Family. We were able to get to Wisconsin and Nebraska to host a fish fry with clientele, old and new. It was a great experience, a good fry, each time and so wonderful to touch base with our clients. To those of you that reached out to help and assist, we could not be more thankful – for assistance and for always spreading the good word and your love of our area and our industry. THANK YOU! Our very best marketing tool is YOU. We attended the WCC basketball conference tournament in Las Vegas, to support our team Saint Marys College of California. As always, it was a good tournament and the basketball coach @ SMC really is a great guy (yes, we are biased)! May arrived and blessed us in countless ways, Dallas and Kari became parents , allowing us to welcome our first grandchild – he’s the most wonderful little person, we are fortunate to have him here in the world with us. Nicki graduated from St. Catherine Univ. and within a month of graduation landed a job in her field , Sign Language Interpreting. Cody jumped at an opportunity extended with the company he’d been employed with, Imation. The new position required a great deal of attention - they relocated to Toronto, Ontario. Many changes for our family – all equally of interest and we are so very proud of the kids – they’re ok! May also put us into full court action here at camp – and every operator from the border - north, was experiencing stress disorder, the weather played havoc with ice conditions, all things were delayed, all of it completely out of our control . It all worked out, it always does – I think that is the bigger picture, learning to roll w/ it. The cooler temps and late ice made traditional locations to find fish, a bit dicey off the hop. Interestingly enough, it warmed quickly and did not take much time for the cycles and locations to catch one another, once the warmer temps arrived. June – August, we were allowed for the better part to do our jobs here at True North. Hosting new and familiar faces at our main camp and also at our fly-in outpost cabin locations. Fishing was very good! The lake system where our main camp is located, Clearwater (Burditt) Lake, has experienced a drastic improvement over the past decade. It has been a slow improvement – all methods used to improve the fishery were done in a natural way , that it takes time to begin to see the results. We have a thriving fishery here on Clearwater and the surrounding water system. Needless to say, we are pleased and feel that we have a wonderful water way to boast about, confidently. As well as fisher-people, we also hosted the people who like to play in and on the water. We added a couple of Kayaks to our fleet, for complimentary use, those were well used, this past season. Swimming, skiing, tubing, rock jumping, float-boat (pontoon) cruises were also enjoyed. We truly feel we have a wonderful body of water to be enjoyed in many different fashions – fact is, you don’t have to do anything other than gaze at it, if that is your fancy. Keeping in mind, it is not mandatory to fish to feel comfortable here. We think we had our records number of bon-fires last season. Nearly every evening we had a blaze that saw the sun fall and the moon rise. It is one of the nicest ways to bring on the evening, visit with our customers is a very relaxing atmosphere. Lastly….following the bonfire, the stars are incredible, always. We enjoy where we are located, we are fortunate to have the careers we have, we love to share our backyard with all of you and we enjoy each and everyone of you that take the leap of faith and come to spend time at True North. Thank YOU. From our family to yours, we wish you the finest of health, prosperity, opportunity, joy and happiness throughout 2015. Until our paths cross again, be good to yourself and others. The Mosbecks ~ Chuck, Cathy ~
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