Fishing or hunting trips seldom go exactly as scheduled nor do they always end up with a full freezer. As an example, my daughter and I were hunting goats just before her 18th birthday. It rained a steady downpour the entire second day of the hunt. A cold wind blew rain against us with such […]
Author: Evan Swensen
The Talkeetna River runs toward the ocean at the foot of Denali, North America’s tallest mountain. It’s not climbers that rush to Talkeetna village, located at the rivers mouth, each fall. The climbing is done in the spring. Those, like my fifteen-year-old daughter and I, who show up in August suffer from silver fever. Long […]
Evan’s guest is Benard Coppe, the French gourmet of Alaska. Bernard will teach us new and better ways to prepare a shore lunch, how to boil water at 15,000 feet, and ways to prepare meals outdoors you never knew before. Today’s show includes visiting with Natural Pantry’s, Vicky Solberg, telling us what we should be […]
Episode 10 – Evan’s guest is Craig Medred, outdoor editor for Alaska Daily News, now Alaska Dispatch News.
Evan’s guest is Craig Medred, outdoor editor for Alaska Daily News, now Alaska Dispatch News. Craig shares an unusual vision of Alaska outdoors as he discusses his vocation and avocation conflicts. Craig, talking about resolving outdoor problems facing Alaska, says it’s not good to resolve outdoor issues by committee; however, it’s good for government. English […]
Evan’s guest is Lynette Clark, Director of Alaska Independence Party. Lynette talks about the federal government failing to follow the statehood contract with Alaska and why Alaska becoming a state was illegal. Visitors call in, comment, and vote if they agree to Alaska apartheid. The results were that 86% were against Alaska apartheid, 6% for […]