GARDINER, Mont. (AP) - Mike Yochim asked for help up from a blue chair in his living room with windows overlooking a cloud-covered Electric Peak.
Using a walker, he slowly moved across the room to the staircase.
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SALT LAKE CITY — Federal officials have proposed a two-year ban on rope-swinging from iconic Utah arches and other high-flying activities at two popular landmarks that have led to deaths and injuries witnessed by visitors flocking to the sites for peaceful reflection.
The Bureau of Land Managemen...
In the summer of 2006 I was fortunate enough to meet Gary Titus and so began the story of this trans-Atlantic partnership between the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska and Banchory Academy in Scotland.
Author's note: This week's column first appeared Nov. 13, 1987, in "The Tides," a Clarion supplement.
By looking back, we can see how different people helped to shape us and make us the way we are today.
Many Homerites remember when they first came down the Sterling Highway and stopped at the Baycrest Overlook. The view of Kachemak Bay, the mountains and Cook Inlet is totally commanding and can reset a humble traveler's life priorities in a heartbeat.
Besides the question all men have, "What do women want?" another question keeps nagging at me. What do fish want?
Right up front, I confess that I have no idea. None.
All my life I've wondered what fish want.
Peer out the window or take a walk around the neighborhood asking yourself if the spruce trees bear an unusually large load of cones this summer. I do not know of anyone who keeps track of spruce cone crops locally, but this appears to be a mast year.