Four buddies from California and I talk about the importance of experiences like camping in Alaska to reboot and help them become better fathers, husbands and men. All of this while waiting for our dinner to cook after a long day of fishing on Prince of Wales Island.
Fogged in during a mountain scout, Jesse Knock and I talk about bowhunting in the alpine, how to more effectively use Google Earth and expressing something like the heavy hunting experience through videography, photography, writing or even social media.
High school and middle school Native Art teacher Ronnie Fairbanks talks teaching Native Art, the value it brings to a community and individual creativity within a traditional art form. Also, how do you bend wood to make a box? Ronnie knows. https://soundcloud.com/user-139657843/episode-48-native-art-with-ronnie-fairbanks
Travis Peterson from Off the Hook Taxidermy in Klawock, talks about why he got into fish taxidermy, how to prepare your fish for mounting and recaps hunting musk ox with his recurve bow.
Prepping the body to reduce pain By Danielle York (Resident CrossFit – Modesto, California) For The Mediocre Alaskan When prepping for a hike, especially a hike with a pack on our backs we need to make sure that our core, hips, and glutes are firing to reduce low back, ankle and knee discomfort. When you…
JEFF LUND For the Capital City Weekly I used to get a little territorial when it came to non-locals descending on Prince of Wales. Ironic, of course, because I had this attitude even after I finished college and was living in California. Though I consider Klawock home, you do forfeit something when you move away….
A podcast months in the making with the Creative Hustler himself Matt Hamilton. Great stuff about finding inspiration, work ethic, the value of boredom, tenacity and some Ketchikan history.
For Caffeine and Kilos by Jeff Lund Every year, there are car-sized plants shown at the Alaska State Fair. Well, any state fair, but the thing that makes it special in Alaska is the growing season is so short – just three months – but with 24 hours of daylight, it makes up for a…
On the way back down from scouting some deer territory, I talk bear protection on hikes, why it’s important to not totally rely on Google Earth and the best hiking trails in the Ketchikan area. And yes, I really did fall while recording.
By JEFF LUND For the Capital City Weekly There were trout, but they were following steelhead waiting for eggs or feasting on newly emerged salmon fry. I put on a No. 16 elk hair caddis because I was determined to catch a trout on a dry fly for the first time this year. I proceeded to…