We call Caribou Lodge our home and have lived here year around for over twenty years. All our supplies are flown in by bush plane equipped with floats in summer and skis for landing on the frozen lake in winter. For the two-to-three months of the year during winter “freeze-up” and “spring break-up,” we are isolated in the Alaskan Bush.
Our son, Aaron, was raised and home schooled in this wilderness setting and after serving in the USMC, is now working in Alaska.
Our experiences of living the dream that most of us have had at one time or another, varies from having grizzly bears out the front door, to long winter nights by the warm fire with a good book while the Aurora Borealis dance overhead, to surprise visits from traveling wolves. We invite you to share the dream.