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Five Days in the Life of an Alaskan Bush Pilot

By Captain Bob Leonard

Many stories and a number of books have been written about the ‘Alaska Bush Pilot.’ Tales of daring and rescue against great odds.

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Camping Ft Abercrombie

A few weeks ago we set out for another one-night camping trip.  Eventually, we will go on a real two night sojourn in the woods, but at least we are getting outside.  252 more words


Leedahl Family PNG Adventures

So thankful!

Thank you all for your faithful prayers for our family! It’s been 4 months since we arrived here in PNG. God is faithful to let us see He has been with us every single step of the way. 667 more words

#Earthquakes occur in 3 different parts of #Alaska

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Seismologists in Alaska say earthquakes have jolted three different parts of the state.

Several earthquakes, including a 5.9 magnitude one, occurred around the same location early Friday in southeast Alaska. 102 more words


The Earthquake and Tsunami of 1964

by Capt. Bob Leonard

Eight Hundred feet below me the water of the Ouzinkie Narrows lay cold and gray. I glanced toward Pleasant Harbor in the distance, not knowing that young Chris Opheim was hanging onto a piece of equipment in his father’s saw mill while the ground rolled and shook violently and the saw mill started to shed some of its roof. 3,342 more words


The Last Loaf of Bread?

By Captain Bob Leonard

On a Friday afternoon I was flying my Grumman Goose amphibian on the last leg of the north end mail run. With eleven minutes left before landing I was above the Ouzinkie Narrows, a body of water, which separates Kodiak Island from Spruce Island. 1,075 more words