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Alaska (Chapter 3) - June 2017

I have a close friend Jerry (I don’t really have a close friend Jerry, but it sounds cool) who says my entire blog is subject to low moral standards. 1,321 more words

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Alaska (Chapter 2) - June 2017

I am beginning to think we may suffer from visual overload on this trip.

Driving south from Tok, AK, we arrived at the northern portion of the Wrangell-St. 834 more words

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Leaving The Yukon- Wrangell Dreaming

After an icy morning dunk in the Yukon River to scrub both body and clothing, I head to the RV park in Dawson to use one of their clothes dryers and then blast through town to pick up a cup of coffee and some supplies. 2,336 more words


Alcan to Ocean Icecap Expedition: A teammate lost, a teammate gained

I’d spent the night alone on the Kaskawulsh glacier with a torrent of avalanches on the nearest mountain for company, thousands of pounds of ice crashing down its flank, not daring to venture beyond my safe zone- the circle around camp I’d probed for crevasses. 1,641 more words


Why St. Elias Alpine Guides?

St. Elias Alpine Guides was founded in 1978, the same year that Garfield the comic strip, Simon Says the electronic game, and Hungry Hungry Hippos were created. 209 more words

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Sam's Ses Challenge #5: Mountain

Welcome to Sam’s Ses Challenge.

Every weekend, Sam and I will pick a word or phrase as the theme for that week. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to post something… 152 more words


Alcan to Ocean Icecap Expedition: Alone on the Kaskawulsh

The 3:30am night air bit into our exposed skin as we dismantled camp and prepared for the long ascent of a 15 mile day. Lynne would be dropped off at 5,500 feet, where the snow was more stable. 910 more words