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They're all named Ron, the trio that comes to Tettegouche State Park each year to take part in its special deer hunt. They don't go by Senior or Junior. "Just Ron," the oldest, at far right, says. His son is at left, grandson in the middle, on the porch of Cabin A in the Tettegouche Club camp. Mike Creger

Beauty and the bucks: Hunters return to Tettegouche with fond memories

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Ron Ulseth stood on Mount Baldy last week to get reception on his cell phone but, believe him, he was there for the view. "I sent my boss a message," Ulseth said. "This is my office."

Ulseth was on his fourth annual trip to Tettegouche State Park with his son, Ron, and father, Ron, for its special deer hunt. They stay in Cabin A, the original structure at the formerly private Tettegouche Camp that eventually became part of one of the most stunning of Minnesota's state parks.

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