Caribou Cabins

Address: 5 Borealis Avenue, Tok, Alaska, 99780, United States | B&B
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      Snow Snakes and Eskimo Bears

      A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Jan 31, 2015

      19 photos

      ... and what a trail to learn on! I hated snow machines- I hated that they always want to tip over (we have rolled snowmachines more times than I can count on the flats and I have the bruises to show for it); and I hated that they are impossible to steer. "The trail is broke in already," Josh assured me. "You just put the skis in the trail and press the throttle. It'll guide itself! " Well, it does NOT guide itself. In fact, it only really wanted to go straight amd fought me ...

      First Cabin Trapping

      A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Jan 17, 2015

      33 photos

      ... trap. When it came to natural selection, I guess I would be a gonner since I knew the trap was there but almost stepped in it several times anyay. I felt a little better when Josh walked over to the snow machine and stepped in the trap himself. Guess I'm not the only one who would be extinct. Due to the heavy winter boots, he was not hurt. Just his pride. After the week was done, this set would prove to be useless as well. Three squirrels got caught in our ...

      Trapline Part 1: Obstacles

      A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Nov 07, 2014

      55 photos

      ... we discovered the gas gauge on Greg's machine was not working properly as it ran out of gas halfway up that cursed First Hill. The obstacles were endless. One week, it was hovering right around zero degrees, and the next week, it jumped to above freezing, where, a few days later, it dropped again, subsequently freezing all our traps. Each one had to be pried from the ice and reset. Oh, and let's not forget that we seem to be "feeding ...

      Moose Camp: Part 2

      A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 63 photos

      ... a very loud, very close grunt. Moose! "Get your gun ready, and make sure you kill him. He's gonna be very angry after you shoot him," Josh quietly warned. We stood and listened, hearing the grunt again, but it was farther away. We would never get it in the dark, so back to camp we went. The next morning, we discovered that moose were bedding down in the grass behind the mound, not 50 yards from the cabin. This was why we were hearing them but not seeing them. We ...

      Moose Camp: Part 1

      A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 47 photos

      Hunting season is the time of year every Alaskan eagerly looks forward to, closely seconded by summer fishing. Hunting season is a time of friends, trips, and last adventures to get food from the land before winter hits. Hunting season is always rainy; it's a scientific fact that it's not hunting season if it's not raining. The days seem more normal as there are near equal hours of daylight and darkness. Bugs are minimal, if any, depending on how late in the season you are ...