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August 19- Sept. 2
As you read this we are saying farewell to Alaska and driving across the border into Canada and south toward the lower 48. We have been in Alaska for 2 full months and though we have seen a lot for the amount of time we have been here, we are fully aware that we have barely scratched the surface. There is so much to see, and we know we can't possibly do it all. And though we know our adventures are far from over, there is ...
An Alaskan hunting trip was what my dad had always dreamed about. Being a big hunter himself and an avid outdoorsman, hunting and fishing are two things he and I both obsess about. He's my stepdad, but I think of him as my dad nonetheless. I remember one time, many years ago, he was talking about one of the hunting trips he and his son went on. I begged him to take me hunting too. His reply? "You wouldn't like it. Hunting isn't for girls." Years later, with many animals to ...
No one had ever gone to First Cabin in summer, but we were going to do it. Partly cloudy and nice and warm, Josh, Dad, and I loaded up the two wheelers and the little trailer and set out for what would be 23 miles of hell. I had heard the horror stories about places like First Hill and the Hump from when they used to run the line during winter, but summer would be a whole new game. We made it to the top of First Hill and gazed out over the Tetlin Valley and the Tanana River far below in ...
Dease Lake layover
unplanned but necessary
lost in transmission
wild open spaces
sans Walmart and MacDonalds
best deals out of town
salmon hatch then leave
returning once to spawn
then exhausted, die
Alaskan black spruce
bent trunks and twisted branches
sea lions hunger
heads shaking teeth-clenched salmon
the bears ...
Josh and I set up a bear bait station about two miles up our trapline. My dad was up visiting from California and was able to help us set up the station and even sit and watch with us multiple times. It would have been awesome to kill a bear while he was here, but naturally, that didnt happen. A few weeks later, however, it did. Josh and I were sitting at the station. It was about 7 am; I was in the single person tree stand about 25 feet from the bait barrel while ...