“Fox News will one day come to an end. Led Zeppelin will not. It’s as simple as that.” -Henry Rollins Like many kids born in the 70s, I owned a record player, and like many girls, I would host dance-a-thons with my girlfriends so that we’d have an excuse to lock ourselves in my bedroom … More To Austin, with LOVE
I love Alaskan fall. Growing up in Georgia, fall was always one of my favorite seasons. I love everything about it-how the cold air fills my lungs, and how seeing the frost on my tent in the mornings reminds me that winter is near. It also reminds me of my childhood, when the family use to … More Biking Denali in the Fall, Take Two
The other day, I found out my great Aunt Sue, 104, has outlived her funeral home; she actually has to figure out another option for her burial desires! The best part is that she comprehends this, and with a little help on seeing the numbers on a phone, she could probably make a lot of … More Outliving Your Funeral Home
Here fishy, fishy, fishy! As usual, dipnetting season is insane! This video doesn’t give the combat environment justice, but it’s so much fun to harvest and process your own food. And when you’re down on your luck, you can always rely on General Lee!
In Alaska, places without roads are quite common. In fact, “Bush” Alaska takes up most of the state. I once lived in an Alaskan village where the main modes of transportation were four wheelers and boats. Some people have difficulty imagining what it would be like to live in a place with no roads, but … More No Roads Alaska and the Serenity of Halibut Cove