Before I landed my dream job here with the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Cabin Program, my wife and I had standing New Year's Eve plans - spend a few nights in a yurt or cabin in one of Colorado's state parks.
Excerpts from "An Outdoor View" columns that are at least as true today as they were when I wrote them:
Familiarity breeds content, Sept. 1994
I'm finding that I don't look at old-timers the way I used to.
Kenai residents played dodgeball in two separate fundraising dodgeball tournaments last Saturday: the Young Life Christian youth group in the gymnasium of the Kenai Middle School and the Kenai Young Professionals at Kenai High School.
Moose continue to be one of the most valuable species that reside on the Kenai Peninsula. They trigger an emotional response from most folk and can consistently be viewed by residents and visitors at any time of the year.
Every song I've ever heard apparently is stored somewhere in my memory. I'll be busy doing something, and some force in the record player of my mind picks up the arm and drops the needle onto a dusty 78 or 45.