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Heidi Van Heel
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freelance writer, researcher and producer with hvh Engage!
freelance writer, researcher and producer with hvh Engage!

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Make No Mistake... #wednesdayWisdom

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A Visit to St. Croix State Park #exploreMN

Our first camping trip as adults was at St. Croix State Park in 2006. One of the most popular state parks in Minnesota, it was a favorite camping destination for my family when I was a kid. A relatively short drive from home with lots of hiking, bike and…
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Be Yourself... #WednesdayWisdom

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The Tragic Crash of Flight 307 #minnesota #history

Nestled in the trees along a quiet section of Minnehaha Parkway is a beautiful memorial that is such a natural part of the landscape, it’s easy to miss. I finally noticed this big rock as I drove by on my scooter several months ago and pulled over to…
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Back in the day, Ketchikan, Alaska had a reputation for being a rough and tumble town. It was also known as the only place in Alaska where the fish and the fishermen came to spawn.
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A Walk to Remember: Tongass National Forest #alaskaAdventures

We were disappointed to wake up to a rainy and overcast day on the morning we were supposed to hike in Tongass National Forest to see Mendenhall Glacier. It wasn’t long before we learned that it’s almost always raining in Juneau, Alaska because it’s…
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Welcome to Haines, Alaska! #alaskaAdventures

We spent a long time in Haines, Alaska watching a rowdy pair of siblings while their weary mother looked on. It was amazing.
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A Day in Glacier Bay #alaskaAdventures

The word of the day is glaciers. We were wowed and dazzled by the size and beauty of these dinosaurs in Glacier Bay National Park. According to our interpretive guide from the National Park Service, each glacier recedes at a different pace – this one…
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