Enjoy a few stories from the Lodge. You can find these and many other excellent Alaskan tales in every Month’s issue of the Last Frontier Magazine.
It’s kind of a bad neighborhood out here. Although, upon first moving out into the Bush, we didn’t know it for quite a few years. The first four years we had a bit of airplane “traffic” flying over… Full story
First, I would like to clarify that I do not consider myself an Alaskan Bush Pilot. I have flown in Alaska, both summer and winter, for over 20 years. I have a fair amount of experience, and have had… Full story
The bull was legal, I was confident of that. Even from three quarters of a mile away we could see his spread, the blood red horns. Freshly rubbed velvet hung in dark brown strips like Spanish moss in… Full story
For most of the people and critters who live out in it, the Alaskan Bush can be a land of feast and famine. We’ve seen and learned a lot living out here over the last twenty years. Winters can… Full story
Beginnings of a Wilderness Education
I have said for years, after I finally reached the age that I truly realized it, that life is an ongoing learning experience. Every day brings something new no matter where you live or how old you… Full story
The Alaskan wilderness has an allure for a few folks, not everyone for sure, but for some there is a strong draw. It truly is a last frontier. As for myself, the idea of living in the “Alaskan… Full story