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It’s not that anglers want things to be difficult, we just enjoy the payoff of time and experience…
A walk near a shallow lake was the highlight.
“Stretching as far as the eye could reach … were hundreds — no, thousands — of little volcanoes.”
Pronounced FOO-ree-kaw-kay, meaning “to sprinkle.”
Tasting 13,000-year-old volcanic ash.
At the mouth of Cowee Creek, sometime in mid-June, we’d found a vigilant pair of black oystercatchers, presumably with a nest nearby. A couple of… Continue reading
We didn’t find the fish. We found a fish. A fish that was too small.
By Ned Rozell A GREEN PLATEAU NORTH OF LITUYA BAY — “These are museum-class bonsais,” Ben Gaglioti says as we walk through an elfin forest.… Continue reading
What says love like a Forest Service cabin?
Notes from June.
“Chasing Lakes: Love, Science, and the Secrets of the Arctic.”
What does my recent sojourn in Florida have to do with my coming out? Reader, it is germane.
The return of whales, salmon and tourists… and, of course, closeout deals on steer manure.
Being reflective is not about high ground. It’s not about your place compared to others…
Deer heart is one of the early and most abundant greens in Tlingit Aaní.
Here’s how it happened.
We are living in a time of greatness.
Names that live and breathe like we do, and that sometimes change like we do.
“You forget most of what ends up in the freezer, but those steelhead, they stick with you.”
It presents opportunities to grow food knowledge and skills.