MARSHALL COUNTY, Minn. Greg Habedank is on a mission.
It's a gray, dreary afternoon, another in a seemingly endless string of gray, dreary afternoons, and Habedank is trudging through the snow checking traps.
The woods are quiet here, the silence interrupted only by the occasional raucous call of a crow or raven. A stream that should be frozen by now continues to flow in places, the surface of the water boiling with minnows.
Buried under a blanket of white, the landscape ...