It was early July and as the floatplane ascended, wings waving in farewell as it headed back to Dillingham, I tried to ignore the slight pang of uneasiness that welled up. It was the full realization of being truly alone.
Author's note: In recent years, I've given serious thought to some of my urges and actions as they pertain to fishing. I've realized a few things, one of which is how I feel about catch-and-release fishing.
If fishing is on your Alaska "to do" list, but you need a few tips, this is for you.
An easy way for a visitor to go fishing is with a guide. A good guide will furnish you with the proper tackle ... Read More
This recent cold snap has reminded me of our earlier days after we built our house in the mud and the rain in 1993. That winter, it snowed so much we were snowed in. We had to leave our vehicle at the cul-de-sac about a block away and we walked out or in all that winter.