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Some might say the stereotypical rugged Alaskan fishing guide is inherently socially distant. There’s a wide range of personalities, of course – from the gregarious story teller, to the excellent teacher, to the slightly awkward introvert who thrives in the …
With millions of pristine, wild and remote wilderness on the Alaska Peninsula, it’s easy to find a moment of solace, socially distant from the daily pavement-grind.
You can’t fully comprehend how remote our Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp is until you take the ~1.5 hour charter flight from King Salmon to camp. The journey over and through the rugged Aleutians Mountains along the distant Pacific coast of …
Social gatherings in remote Alaska are encouraged. Well, at least, in normal years.
Social Distancing space is plentiful in remote Alaska.
Guides Jordan, Chris and Rus visited Denali National Park in late September after the 2015 fishing season. Because of an early heavy snow, only the first mile or two of the park road was open to traffic and visitors. But …
And here’s what you do after a great day of fishing off a remote Alaska Peninsula beach…
This photo is taken 4 days after the summer solstice, the longest day of the year/summer (in the northern hemisphere). Official sunset time on the solstice is 11:33 pm, but it really doesn’t get “dark” until about 1:30 am. And …
Check out a video of “Atlantic City” (and a little banter) on our Facebook page (September 17, 2016 post).
Fuel prices last season in King Salmon, Alaska approached $7 per gallon for automobiles. Ouch. You can think about that next time you fill up your car in the lower 48. Reality check: jaw dropping high commodity prices are the …