Month: June 2016

Marathon

Our main objective on our way to Seward last summer was to climb Mount Marathon. After numerous trips to Seward throughout the years, we decided it was time to tackle the famous route of the annual 4th of July, Mount Marathon Race. The mountain has some horror stories […]

Of Moose and Men

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. After that, although the accuracy of my memory could be called into question, there was light and darkness, some water, a few billion plants, and too many animals involved to count. At the end of it all, God […]

Top 3 Stories of 2016

Last Frontier Magazine’s top 3 stories of 2016: (Click on link to visit story) 1. My Life As An Alaskan Trucker by Maraley McMichael A day later, in Athabaska, it was minus 45°F and it took me two hours to warm up the truck… 2. Whiteout by Gil Hjellen Another massive […]

A Quick Bite of Alaska

“Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not the fish they are after.” -Henry David Thoreau If you’ve never experienced late season fishing and touring in Alaska you are missing out on something really special. Last July I received a call from […]

Spoon Carving with Birch

One of my hobbies is woodworking and I especially like to carve wooden spoons out of birch, a great carving wood. Whoever discovered its usefulness should get some sort of plaque or medal. I grew up in an Alaskan birch forest so whenever I handle it, or smell […]

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