He still has the camping cabin open on the beach side. I'm not sure about the one on top of the hill. I think one of his relatives has that one full-time now. I used to take my kids there two or three times a year. I have a lot of memories and film of those kids slamming walleyes, hiking the islands, picking blueberries, water-skiing, etc at Rainy. Then they went off to college and found tree hugger boyfriends and girlfriends. One moved to Cal and the other has to work to support his family. So now I have two 5 year old grandkids that will be learning Rainy this year. Since Ed closed the campground I've moved over to The Landings up on Redgut. Those spots didn't move. Just about any rocky point or reef has summer walleye and SMB. Good to think about this stuff on a cold winters night.