Of the hundreds of photos I’ve pawed through in the past few weeks, the one above stands out as a favorite. (Sorry, Alaskans, for the misspelling of Teklanika, but that’s part of the charm.) I can positively identify only three of the guys in this picture, but I believe I understand what every one of them is … More how did you build the cabin? (part 2)
This summer while we were at the cabin together, Stewart and I had time to look at some of his older stories about the land in Alaska. He wrote these pieces about a dozen years ago, and they’ve never been published. I’m excited to share them here. I’ve also enjoyed hunting for photos to include with these posts. Stewart … More how did you build the cabin? (part 1)
The other night I asked Stewart, “What can I tell people about where the cabin is?” “Say it’s not far from the northern boundary of Denali National Park.” “Can I post that map with the big black arrow on it?” (Because of course that makes it clear.) “Sure.” “And why don’t you want to tell people more specifically … More where is the cabin?