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Ghosts of Gull Lake

Protect your spirit, for you are in the place where spirits get eaten.

-John Trudell

Went driving north

north of Pillager,

old lands of Hole-in-the-Day… 356 more words

Playlist dei primi caldi

Miei cari,

giungono i primi caldi e tanto per cambiare, arriva anche la mia playlist del momento… altrimenti, che rockeuse sarei? Come sempre, mescolo brani vecchi e nuovi, nella speranza di darvi qualche suggerimento per l’ascolto di un po’ di musica… 302 more words

Orrore A 33 Giri


The calf remained nestled among the tussock sedges.  The cow licked the calf’s hair cleaning it of fluids.  A few minutes old, the young caribou was frozen in place, its muscles still unable to provide support and balance.  620 more words

on the road again...| alaska | portage | alaska wildlife conservation center

Warning: what follows contains literally tens of pictures of bears.

Bears playing.Bears yawning. Bears walking. Bears lying down. Bears chilling with magpies. Bears staring off pensively into the distance contemplating the meaning of life…probably. 245 more words

On The Road Again...

on the road again...| alaska | portage | alaska wildlife conservation center

Stay tuned. Pictures of more brown bears, magpies, musk ox, wolves (!!) and Darnell** to come…

**name may not actually be Darnell. 200 more words

On The Road Again...

Two moose hooked horns while fighting and died

Saturday, September 11, 1982—finished the buggy, got gear ready and drove Allen’s trapline trail. Had some troubles on the way in, but got camp set up before dark. 579 more words

Journal Entry

Caribou Hunt 2015

September of 2015 some awesome friends joined us way up north and basically guided me on my first hunting trip.

It takes about 8 hours of driving to get to the hunting area from the Kenai Peninsula. 857 more words