Was Sig Olson’s youngest son. He knew Sam as a boy and helped Sam get ready for his trips to the Boundary Waters.
“It’s a shame that he was never written up and left forgotten, because he was, if not a great great man, he was a very good man, an important man in his own way. I think from the view of a Wisconsinite, the Philosopher of the Forest should be written, he should not be forgotten. That’s why I’m here, I agreed to this. I’d be more than happy to have a part of rescuing him from oblivion.”