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October 31, 2017

Living in Alaska has afforded me the opportunity to experience wildlife different than I have known to date.  Of course, brown bears, moose and caribou are some of the obvious ones, but there are others I have enjoyed “getting to know”.

My grandmother, Irma, was an avid...

October 29, 2017

For those that have followed us on our website and on Facebook, you are sure to have seen coverage of our new video series on fly tying, and read of Randy’s history.  Over the last few years, I have started to learn and enjoy this art form, and it has lead me to questi...

October 19, 2017

Having lived in rural western New York and Pennsylvania, eagle sightings, though rare, were not unheard of.  However, visiting Alaska the past several summers, and now as a resident, eagle sightings are a much more regular occurrence.  They are still a wonder to me tho...

October 18, 2017

A couple weeks ago, Randy took a guest of ours on a drift boat excursion on the Kenai River.

A drift boat is characterized by a wide, flat bottom, flared sides, a narrow, flat bow, and a pointed stern. A rocker is used along an arc from bow to stern along the bottom of...

October 15, 2017

Recently, while out and about for the day, I spent part of the afternoon harvesting rose hips – a first for me.  The day was cool but sunny and I enjoyed my walk through the wooded area, plucking the fruit from the thorny remains of the wild roses that grow all over ar...

October 12, 2017

Tuesday found our resident angler, Randy, float tubing on Nest Lake, and landing a dozen or more Rainbow Trout – a couple of which “landed” in our freezer.

Float tubing is a great way to access many of the smaller lakes in the area, where boats are not permitted, or eas...

October 8, 2017

This past Wednesday, found Randy and our guest, David, on Skilak Lake.  They enjoyed a beautiful fall day, although a bit cool and cloudy, and caught a number of Rainbow Trout – even saw a seal on the lake!

The lake is part of the Kenai River system but also contains gl...

October 5, 2017

This evening for dinner I made a favorite of ours – Deep fried halibut.  With a supply of vacuum sealed halibut in the freezer, that we caught over the summer, we can enjoy this delicacy year-round!

Follows is a basic recipe:

Remove skin, and cut fresh or thawed halibut...

October 4, 2017